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					Contemporary Art Jewellery
                   An Introduction
                Traditional Jewellery

 The importance of the « savoir-faire »;
 The inherent value of the materials
  (gold, silver, diamond, ect.);
 The size of the production;
 A memorable souvenir…
A Good Example of Traditional Jewellery
                         Art Jewellery

 A mean of self-expression;
 Questioning the tradition, the
  preciousness, the relation with the body,
  the history, etc. etc. etc.;
 One-of-a-kind;
Trying to be Subversive…




       Masumi Kataoka, Untitled, 2007
       Rawhide, plastic, sterling, stainless steel
                                      Arthur Hash, Bracelet, 2010
A. Orange’s peel
B. Pig’s ear
C. Leather




Can you Find out What is the Material?
Look at the form, the color and the texture..
New Technologies




Arthur Hash, Bracelet, 2008
Cast Polyurethane
    Which technology is used?



                   A. Rapid Prototyping (3D- modeling software)

                   B. Computer Drawing
                   C.
                   C. 3D Printing
                    All these!




Anthony Tamaro, Lattice Two, 2008-2010
Selective Laser Sintered Nylon, Silicone Rubber
13 in.
Social Content




 Shari Pierce, Mi Casa Su Casa, Necklace Installation, 2009
What it Looks Like?                           A. Garbage
                                              B. Boxes
                                              C. Shanty Town




Shari Pierce, Mi Casa Su Casa, Necklace Installation, 2009
Shanty town, Venezuela
The Voice of Feminism…




 Shari Pierce, Whitewash / Portrait of 34 Sex Offenders and 2
 Sexual Predators from within 5 Miles Radius, 2010
Shari Pierce, Whitewash…, 2010 (details)




    Necklace, Silk, Prints from            Burqa Necklace, Burqa
       Transparencies
              Group Discussion
Questions:
1. What is the main difference between traditional jewellery
and art jewellery?

 2. Why new technologies are used to create contemporary
 jewellery?

 3. Can we still consider an object as a jewel if it cannot
 be worn because of its shape or its scale?
Valérie Côté                         19 mai 2011
valcote@videotron.ca                 Programme PCPES
                                     Université du Québec à Montréal



Dans le cadre du cours FPE 7650 -
TIC dans l’enseignement aux moyens et grands groupes

Chargée de cours: Suzanne Roy
Auxiliaire: Charles Lapointe


                                                                          Références:
                                                                        Google Image
                                                              Sites web des artistes
                                                             Les bijoux en matières
                                                                             naturelles
                                                       Bijoux: Illustrations et Design

				
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