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Venice, Veneto

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Last updated on Dec 5, 2018

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Nei legni calcinati dal sole e scolpiti dagli elementi, assecondo i colori insaturi di laguna e quelli della macchia mediterranea e scovo bellezza.

She has been working as evening stagehand and carpenter at Teatro La Fenice of Venice for five years by now. In 2014 she participates in two collective exhibitions of contemporary jewellery: - International Exhibit Avant Garde near Palazzo Agostinelli in Bassano del Grappa (Italy) - Exhibit near Association Gioiellodentro’s stand in collaboration with FC.DG Studio, during the fair at the Palakiss in Vicenza (Italy).
Both exhibitions were promoted by the contemporary association Gioiellodentro and curated by Francesca Canapa and Dave Gelder. In 2015 she participates in the exhibition “Ricordi dentro un gioiello/ Memories inside jewellery” in the Galleria Samonà in Padova (Italy). She has been selected for the 13th edition of AUTOR Contemporary Jewelry Fair in May 2015 in Bucharest (RO). One of the winners of the competition Photocards. The postcards were presented during the ARTEFATTO exhibition - May 2015, Trieste, Italy. One of the winners of DESIGN.2015 competition at Abate Zanetti school in Murano (VE, Italy), September 2015. Exhibition In February 2016 at Creativityoggetti gallery/shop in Turin.

My jewellery is made with recycled and natural materials, and I use various techniques in their creation. Each piece is one of a kind, because each material has its own life that I always try to bring to light. Sometimes it’s a long, studied process involving drawings and sketches; other times it happens naturally, observing the materials and discovering the connection between them. My current project starts from Venice. I’ve been making jewellery with recycled material that I find in the lagoon of Venice, particularly beach wood and Murano glass rejects. Wood is a live material, and it lends itself to interesting combinations with waste deriving from industrial/artisan manufacturing. On the beach wood I wanted to imitate the exit holes of woodworms because as well as creating an similar aesthetic, the holes represent the birth and growth towards adulthood and thus change: rebirth in a new form.

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