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Nutre Arayavanish

My Jewellery is concerned with the transformation of drawings from two dimensions into three-dimensional forms. The pieces were made by connecting each flat components together, unit by unit, to create forms in different principles like slotting, layering or folding through repetition of one identical unit.
My most influence about unit connection and also other elements in my work such as shape, form and colours are all from my own culture(Thai) as we create things by using this way.
 To express my idea about dimensional transformation, I explore the relationship between maker, jewellery and wearer in order to encourage the wearer to engage more with my pieces apart from wearing them and people perception or reaction to my jewellery when presented to them in different states of existence, both pre-constructed and constructed to create my own tradition of wearing jewellery and bring new experience to wearers and viewers.

Main Materials: Gold Plated Silver, Oxidised Silver, Fresh Water Pearls, Gemstones, Wood Sheets
Main Making Processes:
Metal Part: Soldering, Pircing, Stamping, Photo Etching
Wood Part: Laser Cutting, Gold Leaf Applying

  • 2007 Over All Award Winner "New Designer of The Year", New Designers Exhibition, Design  
     Business Center, London
  • 2007 Award Winner, Student Designer of the year, UK Jewellery Award 2007, British Jewellers'
     Association, London
  • 2007 Award Winner, Theo Fennell "Excellence in Jewellery", The Great Exhibition, Royal College
     of Art, London
 
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