Made/Worn: Australian Contemporary Jewellery
On View: 30 June - 16 August 2020
Made/Worn: Australian Contemporary Jewellery is an Australian Design Centre (ADC On Tour) national touring exhibition presenting 22 outstanding contemporary jewellers.
Through the innovative works on display, Made/Worn: Australian Contemporary Jewellery explores how jewellery is made and how it is worn, the intersections between contemporary art and jewellery, and what happens when jewellery goes beyond the wearable.
The exhibition will explore the materials, making processes and concepts behind the work, including inspiration from materials, place, land, cities, nation-hood, gender identity, culture, belonging, climate change and technology.
Liam Benson // Helena Bogucki // Julie Blyfield// Zoe Brand // Maree Clarke // Jess Dare // Anna Davern // Bin Dixon-Ward // Sian Edwards // Emma Fielden // Lola Greeno // Pennie Jagiello // Bridget Kennedy // Inari Kiuru // Grace Lillian Lee // Vicki Mason // Claire McArdle // Tiffany Parbs // Blanche Tilden // Catherine Truman // Manon van Kouswijk // Zoë Veness
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The Made/Worn film was made to accompany the exhibition by Angus Lee Forbes.
It features a number of artists in the exhibition and gives some deeper insights into what inspires these artists and what contemporary jewellery can be.
Image: Made/Worn: Australian Contemporary Jewellery graphics by Garbett design.
Made/ Worn: Australian Contemporary Jewellery is an Australian Design Centre (ADC On Tour) national touring exhibition, presented with assistance from the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body
Australian Design Centre is supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments. Australian Design Centre is assisted by the New South Wales Government through Create NSW, and the Australian government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.