Discipline: design studies

NOEL pamphlet GABRIELLE 2021 V3

Looking through the decor

This is the exhibition brochure for Quebec artist Gabrielle Desmarais’s first solo exhibition, Les Espaces-Satellites, held at Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h from June 10–July 10, 2021. For the occasion, the gallery will be transformed into an immersive landscape in which over 40 works will be displayed, all of which were created as maquettes of familiar or …

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The Core and the Shell

At present the jewelry maker is not just a person cloistered in the workshop concentrating on the process and production of jewelry-making for a client. Today a jeweler develops the necessary skills to promote and manage him/herself in the international context. Strengthening these two core principles of the practice will provide those just entering the …

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Techniques and Technologies

Jewelry-making techniques bring materials together within a composition. Techniques construct the interrelationship among parts so that they preserve a shape, yet still allow the piece of jewelry to move with the person as the jewelry is worn. And techniques manipulate the essence of the whole of the piece so as to convey the artist’s intent …

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Elegy

This is the catalog for Elegy, which was scheduled for March 10–April 9, 2020 and invited 12 Australian women artists to present jewelry and objects that facilitate mourning for a world in peril. The project asked us to recognize the profound mental and emotional impacts of climate change on individuals and society, and to acknowledge …

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The jewel 3.0: From Function to the User Experience

“Il gioiello 3.0: dalla funzione all’User Experience” (The jewel 3.0: From Function to the User Experience) is a PhD thesis by Roberto Zanon. It focuses on the functional jewel with special attention to interaction design referencing wearable technologies, the development and application of industrial technologies, the cycle from discovery to market, interdisciplinary research, and innovation. …

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Inaugural Mari Funaki award review

The inaugural Mari Funaki Award attracted an outstanding response from over 500 international and local artists. The show, which comprised 31 selected works from the overwhelming number of submissions, was open until September 13, 2014, in Melbourne, Australia. The judges–renowned practitioners and educators Warwick Freeman and Simon Cottrell, and leading curator and writer Julie Ewington–performed …

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