The jewels made by Nicole are in recycled silver.
Some pieces have details in gold, gemstones, acrylic, or other materials that are durable in everyday use. Sometimes the elements are 3D printed, but the goldsmith's work prevails, which makes each piece unique.

Nicole  is inspired by the relationship between architecture and nature, between geometric constructions and organic shapes, paying particular attention to growth and change. A 21st century goldsmith associates the use of virtual creation tools with craftsmanship as elements of enrichment for the development of complex shapes and materials.

The  German author takes part in the group exhibition MATERIAMETAMORPHOSIS >>

 "...Natural codes revised through the light of new virtual technologies are for Nicole Schuster a constant reason for investigation: it is no coincidence that her work is the perfect conclusion to the path undertaken of reading the metamorphosis of matter, both conceptual and cultural: who or what, or rather, which metamorphosis will take the upper hand in the future? Natural reality or artificial reality? Nicole thinks of a world made of ornaments where plastic materials printed in 3D and decorated with fluorescent paint are, potentially, extraordinary hybrids of natural cells and synthetic organisms that, as suggested by the title "Reaching for the Sun" still seek the healing power of the Sun, just like the Icarus with whom we started out our journey. "
(from the Materiametamorphosis catalog)



The  Turk author takes part in the group exhibition MATERIAMETAMORPHOSIS >>

"The potential of materials and their structural possibilities fascinate Snem Yildirim, supported in this research by her architectural studies; Snem has found in jewellery an effective way of expressing her cultural world and the social context in which she lives in. Starting from themes dear to her, she experiments with materials and different production processes to express them: in her brooch with the ironic title "Up Hill and down dale" (translatable as "through mountains and valleys"), she focuses on recycled materials that render her great sensitivity towards ecology, through shape suggestions, edges, volumes in space and the border between visible and invisible."

(from the Materiametamorphosis catalog)



Sculpture created by the Chilean author Rita Soto.
Hand-woven horsehair, Tampico fiber, silver and steel


 "Jewellery as the expression of one’s cultural world is also the creative horizon for Rita Soto, Chilean, who in her works combines contemporary suggestions to the recovery of her country’s traditional artisan knowledge, using the technique of weaving horsehair, from which she experiences both resistance and frailty. The series of brooches titled "Visceral Realism" presents organic forms of brilliant imagination that recall the body, yet also organisms in continuous transformation. Realities that seem to shrink and expand thanks to the wise use of weaving: the biological matrix of her research is subtly developed also thanks to a clever chromatic choice, so that her creations adhere to a dimension of verisimilitude, to realistic metamorphoses of a Nature, possible but to us yet unknown"

(from the Materiametamorphosis catalog)

The Chilean author takes part in the group exhibition MATERIAMETAMORPHOSIS >>


Crediamo che il tempo sia la risorsa più preziosa e che ci sia un tempo per ogni cosa: un tempo per pensare e un tempo per fare.
Noi vogliamo raccontare il lavoro manuale come Arte dell’innovazione, tecniche antiche tradotte con un linguaggio contemporaneo; artigiani orgogliosi, curiosi verso tutto ciò che è ambiguo; la ricerca di un diverso senso del tempo, la necessità di fare, bene, con maestria.
La linea di tessuti Quintessenza nasce dalla collaborazione tra Arcolaio e Studio Elica di pastore e Bovina
“Quando l’arte incontra l’alta tessitura artigianale italiana, nasce la Quintessenza della bellezza”. Con queste parole gli ideatori del nuovo brand - l’azienda Arcolaio e Elica Studio di Pastore e Bovina- spiegano l’inizio della loro collaborazione. Da questo connubio nasce una collezione di tessili jacquard per la casa, in lino e cotone, stampati in digitale, che vede come protagonisti, rose, agavi e melograni; pesci che guizzano veloci, polpi e balene, cani e gatti a pois; placide meduse che fluttuano in uno spazio indefinito e senza tempo.Così il complemento d’arredo diventa protagonista d’interni.

Nelle immagini  oggetti decorativi e d'uso  compongono le nature morte riprese dall'occhio fotografico di Federica Cioccoloni, gli scatti sono realizzati in collaborazione con Creativity Oggetti per il progetto editoriale CREATIVITY LIVING
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We believe that time is the most precious resource and there is time for everything: time to think and time to do. We tell the story of manual work as an Art of Innovation, ancient techniques turned into a contemporary language; the story of proud craftsmen,curious about everything ambiguous, the search for a different sense of time, the need to do, at best with skill.
The Quintessenza line of fabrics was born from the collaboration between Arcolaio and Studio Elica di pastore e Bovina
"When art meets high Italian craftsmanship, the Quintessence of beauty is born". With these words the creators of the new brand - the company Arcolaio and Elica Studio di Pastore and Bovina - explain the beginning of their collaboration. From this union comes a collection of jacquard textiles for the home, in linen and cotton, digitally printed, with roses, agaves and pomegranates as protagonists; fast darting fish, octopuses and whales, polka dot cats and dogs; placid jellyfish floating in an indefinite and timeless space.
Thus the furnishing accessory becomes the protagonist of the interior.

In the images decorative objects and of use make up the still lifes taken from the photographic eye of Federica Cioccoloni, the shots are made in collaboration with Creativity Objects for the editorial project CREATIVITY LIVING
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Una nuova dimensione materiale che ibrida tecniche tradizionali antiche come l’oreficeria classica e la sartorialità haute couture, con tecniche innovative come il taglio chimico su acciaio, la stampa digitale su seta, il taglio laser. Collezione realizzata con : argento rodiato, seta pura, acciaio nero, plexiglass, stampa digitale, taglio chimico, taglio laser. 

Differents scientific thematic as philosophy, antropology, photography let us to a new materic culture between old tecniques (haute couture sartorialist tecniques) and advanced tecnologies (digital prints on silk, chemical cut for steel, laser cut for plexiglass). A complex design project that have in its central research the woman's body and the comunicative capacity of the jewel that wears.
Collection made of: rhodium silver,  silk, black steel, plexiglass, digital printing, chemical cutting, laser cutting

Exvoto in ceramica, un progetto di Elvira Keller

La locuzione latina “ex voto” significa letteralmente a seguito di un voto. L’espressione completa è “ex voto suscepto“, cioè per voto fatto: un oggetto dato in dono ad una divinità. È una pratica usata in molte religioni ed è un ringraziamento per una grazia ricevuta. In definitiva l’ex voto è un comportamento.
L’oggetto ex voto è solo la manifestazione finale di questo processo: evento, richiesta di intervento, esaudimento ed infine pellegrinaggio ed esposizione dell’oggetto, appunto, per grazia ricevuta.

Gli Exvoto in ceramica diventano elementi pop, messaggi colorati da comporre.
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Exvoto in ceramic, a project by Elvira Keller

The Latin phrase "ex voto" literally means following a vote. The complete expression is "ex voto suscepto", that is, by vow made: an object given as a gift to a divinity. It is a practice used in many religions and it is a thank you for a grace received. Ultimately, ex-voto is behavior. The ex voto object is only the final manifestation of this process: event, request for intervention, fulfillment and finally pilgrimage and exhibition of the object, precisely, by grace received.

The ceramic Exvoto become pop elements, colorful messages to compose.
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The Korean author takes part in the group exhibition MATERIAMETAMORPHOSIS >> with the Spores collection

"....Jounghye Park’s delicate plant organisms represent a real semantic short circuit: the brooch on display, entitled "Spore", is made of silver and silk delicately painted, the latter symbol of metamorphosis par excellence in the animal world. Jounghye is interested in roots, stems, shrubs, berries and seeds: a natural vocabulary she translates into ornaments recalling the ambiguity of how plants put down roots in one place and at the same time stretch out into space with their seeds. The lightness of silk evokes this fluctuation. .."

(from the Materiametamorphosis catalog)

 Jewelery in silver and silk, everything is made entirely by hand


Linguaggi contemporanei nel gioiello
tra sperimentazione e Post-Natural 
Dal 26 ottobre 2018 al 15 dicembre 2018