Drawing with Objects

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Drawing with Objects
Contemporary Applied Arts, London
2010-05-07/ 2010-06-12 Booklet published: essay-
Amanda Game, Curator.
Felicity Aylieff, Ceramics
Gordon Baldwin, Ceramics
Stella Benjamin, Textiles
Richerd Kindersley, Letter Cutter
Jacqueline Mina, Jeweller

My concept was to blur the boundaries and communicate the relationship between drawing and making as explored in my practise. How drawing underpins and supports the creative process and in particular making? I did this through the installation of a 2metre wall mounted shelf on which 3D drawings were interspersed with concluded Jewellery pieces - sometimes there being an ambiguity between these two aspects of my work. The placement of the work was carefully considered with the juxtaposition of forms/ textures and the space between being very much part of the narative as the physical work itself. This was the first time I had worked with an open installation in this way and it presented a new opportunity to examine the dialogue between process and practice.
I made and exhibited 17 pieces of work: 9x 3D drawings
8 x Jewellery pieces (4x neckpieces, 4 x brooches)

pages 7 & 11 illustrations and text.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationContemporay Applied Arts, London
PublisherContemporary Applied Arts
Publication statusPublished - 7 May 2010


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