Creativity Oggetti presents "Transparencia" the new collection of Genos Jewels by aiquattroventi
18:00 PERFORMANCE “SHAPE_ SHIFT” by Linda Messerklinger
Sunday 27th :
Two days of jewelry, played on transparencies
in the presence of the authors.
A program divided into various events. It will be inaugurated on Saturday 26th at 10 am: the "Transparencia" collection by Genos Gioielli, a tribute to Carlos Cruz Diez Alejandro Otero and Jesus Soto, masters of opart and art of kinetic art. Transparencia moves from research into the behavior of shapes thanks to the characteristics of the materials used: plexiglas and metals such as steel, copper, bronze, silver and brass to create a play of mirrors and reflections that illuminates the wearer.
The designers Adriana Del Duca and Federica Orefice will present their collection on Saturday, at 4pm.
At 6 pm "SHAPE_ SHIFT" by Linda Messerklinger, played on the "shape in constant motion" of jewels, followed by a transparent aperitif.
"Trasparenze nel gioiello" continues on Sunday 27th: from 10 am to 7 pm lovers of contemporary jewelery will be able to wear necklaces, bracelets, rings and earrings, all played on transparencies.
The event takes place in collaboration and in conjunction with FLOR and aiquattroeventi. The happening will involve also the last stretch of Via Carlo Alberto, between Via Mazzini and Corso Vittorio with flowers, plants, musical and artistic points.
TRANSPARENCIA - shape in constant movement
Homage to Carlos Cruz Diez and Jesus Soto, masters of opart and kinetic art
Transparencia is a collection that moves from research into the behavior of the characteristic forms of the materials used. The line is made of Plexiglass and metals such as steel, copper, bronze, silver and brass.
The creations are inspired by some concepts related to opart and kinetic art as the set of assembled forms is offered in countless versions depending on how you look at it.
Through the shiny surfaces of metals, the effects reflect the image of what is next, like a mirror, creating a further tangible volume only with the eye.The transparency of the Plexiglas allows to glimpse the reverberation of the shapes side by side and characterized by a perimeter not always "reassuring" or recognizable, but rather shapes whose paths change direction in an incisive way. It is also thanks to these accents that a sequential set-up is created, giving once again the vision of a volume that can be approached thanks to the look rather than the touch.The movement factor helps to further accentuate the concept of instability in the overall shape of the jewel. A double effect arises because the movement is given not only by the wearer but also by the observer. In this way, it gives a value of inconstancy to the forms, therefore bodies in constant change.