Venue

Studio 20/17

Address

6b/2 Danks St, Waterloo VIEW MAP

Date

6 -10 August, 11am - 6pm
13 -17 August, 11am - 6pm

Tickets

Free

Enquiries

Bridget Kennedy
02 9698 7999

Earth to Earth, Ashes to Ashes

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Studio 20/17

'untitled' - Bridget Kennedy, 14ct recycled gold, pandanus leaves dyed with jelly crystals, 2013, photography by artist
'untitled' - Bridget Kennedy, 14ct recycled gold, pandanus leaves dyed with jelly crystals, 2013, photography by artist

Confront the idea that jewellery, often thought of as a sign of status and commodity, should remain a keepsake for future generations.

Question your desire to hold onto jewellery and consider value and beauty which disappears rather than accrues. See delicate contemporary jewels designed to disappear in the wearing and think about the lightness of touch we should have on the planet.

In the short time we are here, what we do and make, has an impact on the world. We must create with care. With these jewels, the beauty and the rarity of what’s left behind is highlighted by what has disappeared.

Image caption: 'untitled' - Bridget Kennedy, 14ct recycled gold, pandanus leaves dyed with jelly crystals, 2013, photography by artist

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Emma Fielden, Eggshell necklace, photography by artist
‘cast your bread’ – Bridget Kennedy, white and wholemeal bread, sometimes toasted, 2012, photography by artist
‘in memory of bees’ – Bridget Kennedy, 14ct gold, beeswax, 2012, photography by artist

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