Monday 21st May, 2012
9:00am to 3:30pm
An exhibition of Jewellery made with 3D printing techniques and digital technologies. Wild, wonderful and sometimes vibrant responses to the brief of Tesselations and Repetitive structures. The work shown is by students from London Metropolitan University using rapid prototyping for the first time. All are involved in their own style of creative process and are keen to show off their newest creations.
Questions answered :
How can new technologies be used to craete new jewellery previously impossible to make by hand? How does it answer the context of exhibition and wearability?
Course Leader BA(Hons) Jewellery & Silversmithing, London Metropolitan University
A graduate from the Royal College of Art Marianne Forrest has been a design and make professional for over 20 years. Her work is exhibited all over the world and she has significant one-off art works in the Public Realm as well as a wide range of timepieces for show and sale. Currently Course Leader for the BA(Hons)Jewellery and Silversmithing course at 'The Cass' one of the leading jewellery and Silversmithing courses in the UK. Of the student work on show Marianne says....' A fabulous addit
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