Cirkuita: jewels from junk
Posted on March 31 2015Each jewel has its origins in an high tech scrap that I opened and re-interpreted as a source of contemporary beauty.
Each component can finally be appreciated also for its aestethical value, usually hidden and neglected, and it becomes a contemporary "gem" that floats into OROTRASPARENTE pure light. This “technological junk” creates a new functional and symbolic aesthetic that fits in with the ecological spirit of our era and anticipates the cyber - existence.
"From a male sunset, a new female dawn that vibrates with electrical memories. Eradicated from they electrical nest, these metallic synapses come into a new material of light, as pulsating, of the technological age”
One off artwork strictly handmade in Milan.
Cirkuita to represent a warrior goddess: each jewel comes from an old technological device that I opened and re-interpreted, an unlimited source of contemporary beauty.
>> band bracelet | from iPod trackpad
>> band ring | from computer keyboard
Point and Line to Plane, I love Kandinsky
>> band bracelet | from computer flexible circuit
Pirates gave me as a present Cleopatra's golden bracelet
>> band ring | from a very rare computer keyboard flexible film
>> band ring | from a very rare keyboard flexible film
How deep is the sea? I love Lucio Dalla
>> band bracelet | from a very rare computer keyboard flexible film
>> spaceship bracelet | from a blade shutter of an old camera
>> infinite temple ring | from a computer circuit
>> band ring | from keyboard and flexible circuit
>> band bracelet | from a computer circuit
>> spaceship bracelet | from an old camera
>> band ring | from an old camera