I explored the understanding of phenomenological perception of body and space in the context of the presence of art and artistic jewellery that arise from philosophical thoughts of Maurice Merleau-Ponty, who wrote about duality between man and the world.
With jewellery we announce: I’m here, this is my body, my authenticity and uniqueness at a given moment and time.
The theme of this fifth edition of New Traditional Jewellery (NTJ) 2012 is ‘NEW NOMADS’. From over 300 entries from all parts of the world the jury has selected not only the entries for the exhibition, but also five winners.
Opening New Nomads at Museum Arnhem (Museum voor moderne kunst Arnheim) in the Netherlands. The exhibition was on display from 24 November 2012 to 27 January 2013.
Design represents a central form of cultural communication. Today, practical and functional needs are often put aside in favour of other values.
Exhibition marking the Designers Society of Slovenia 60th anniversary / Cankarjev dom / Ljubljana, Slovenia
Contemporary Dutch and Slovene Jewellery / exhibition Gallery Kresija Ljubljana 20.10. do 28.10.2009 / Stritarjeva ulica 6, Ljubljana
A Dog and a Cock, traveling together, took shelter at night in a thick wood. The Cock perched himself on a high branch, while the Dog found a bed at the foot of the tree.
Jewellery are signs that contribute to a precise determination of which cultural circle we belong to, what we say to others about our social status, our respect and attitude towards others.
In the year 2010 when Ljubljana was bestowed with the much coveted title of World Book Capital, the Slovenian Designers’ Society organised a conceptual exhibition of selected works of its members.