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Articulation | participatory wearabel neck sculpture

About this project

The Articulation – neck sculpture (all 3 images show the same piece) can be worn in endlessly different configurations thus inviting the wearer to actively engage in the continuous creation of a uniquely personal piece of wearable sculpture. 

Currently part of the Crafts Council touring exhibition. Space Craft: Architecture meets Making

Pricing

£1200 — £8500

Keywords

Wearer experience, experiential design, wearable sculpture, architectural jewellery, sculptural jewellery, sculpture, recycled silver, recyled gold, sustainable materials, minimalist

Disciplines

Automata, Conceptual, Design, Jewellery, Metal work, Traditional

Materials

Precious metal, Mixed Media
articulation - neck sculpture
Photographer: ute decker
The freedom and wealth of choices engages the wearer and invites the active participation in the continuous creation of a very personal piece of wearable sculpture.
articualtion - neck sculpture
Photographer: ute decker
This piece is both an object and an experience, minimalist mediation and bold statement piece, enigmatic sculpture and wearable architecture – as well as - a statement on personal agency and individual creativity.
articulation - neck sculpture
Photographer: ute decker
As the silence between notes in music is vital - so is the use of empty or negative space an important element in the work of Ute Decker. The dramatic play with empty space, volume, balance and movement draws attention, inviting engagement, initiating comments and dialogue – Articulation is a ‘conversation-piece’.

Previous project

In Praise of Shadows - Zaha Hadid highlighs showcase at Goldsmiths' Fair

Disciplines Jewellery, Metal work, Conceptual, Traditional
Materials Precious metal, Recycled

Next project

various wearable sculptures

Disciplines Jewellery, Traditional, Conceptual, Metal work, Silversmithing
Materials Recycled, Precious metal
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