Studenter fra metall- og smykkekunst stiller ut i München

Både nåværende og tidligere studenter fra metall- og smykkekunst stiller ut smykker på Die Neue Sammlung, Designmuseet i München fra 26. februar til 5. juni 2016.

Die Neue Sammlung har hvert år siden 2010 presentert studentarbeider i smykkedesign i egne utstillinger. Tidligere har både Royal College of Art og Konstfack blitt invitert, og nå har turen kommet til metall- og smykkestudentene fra Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo. Utstillingen åpner fredag 26. februar og står til 5. juni 2016.

Arrangementet på Facebook.

Nåværende studenter:

  • Agust Østbom
  • Iris Olafsdottir
  • Jan Erik Skevik
  • Siri Sandell
  • Amanda Åkermo
  • Kaja Bennett
  • Magdalena Nilsson
  • Olaf Hodne
  • Mei Meng
  • Lena Walton Herfindal
  • Eric Kelly
  • Kristin Ervik

Tidligere studenter:

  • Aron Li
  • Emil Gustafson
  • Jeanette Gustavsen
  • Andrea Muribø

Mer informasjon: Die Neue Sammlung

Presseinformasjon (inkl høyoppløselige bilder)

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English:

Since 2010 every year Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum invites a well-known jewelry class to present their work at Pinakothek der Moderne alongside with a doyen of artist jewelry. After exceptional exhibitions made by the classes of the STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT NEW PALTZ, the ROYAL COLLEGE (London), the ACADEMY OF ARTS, ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN (Prague), ÄDELLAB of the Konstfack (Stockholm), the ACADEMY OF ART (Munich) and the HIKO MIZUNO COLLEGE (Tokyo) the Metal and Jewelry Course of the Oslo National Academy of Arts is invited to be on stage in 2016: Contemporary formulations of studio jewelry will be shown encompassing the body as a narrative arena in which jewelry can – in different ways – open up perspectives that may not always be linked to adornment. This also helps to change perceptions of the bodies that bear them. The possibility of being able to make a statement with one individual body, to be one’s own gallery, contrasts starkly with the generalizing narratives about body and identities contemporary world is offering to us. The department of metal and jewelry in Oslo examines different ways understanding body and materiality by exploring new ways for communicating jewelry to society.