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Karin Seufert

The fragments of porcelain show beautiful paintings in blue lines telling about style and taste of former times, like souvenirs.

A locket is known as a jewel for keeping memory. Usually it is built up by a corpus with a lid protecting the inside from the public eye.

I use the shape of a locket and place the piece in the middle. Since the porcelain-shard has two sides the pendant is the logical kind of jewelry to show these both sides.

The material will be POM, a contemporary plastic with the neutrality of the white color, soft enough to embrace and protect the porcelain. The story of the painting on the shard will continue in fine lines like a tattoo on the POM.





About Artist

Born in Mannheim in Germany in 1961, Karin graduated from Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam. Widely exhibited, her work can be seen in numerous collections such as the Marzee Collection, Museum Arnhem, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs et de la Mode in Marseille, the Racine Art Museum in Wisconsin in the US and the Hiko Mizuno College of Jewelry Collection in Tokyo. Her work has also included curatorial projects and lectures around the globe. She has made innovative use of PVC in her work for a number of years.


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