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DIGITAL INTIMACY

Blog February 20, 2017

DIGITAL INTIMACY – the course I was honoured to conduct for 3rd BA students of Jewellery and Blacksmithing Department at EAA. Final goal was to create an art object or a piece of jewellery, exploring how and where the intimate and digital meet and whether such confluence is possible.
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how to deliver a message through personal experience with a laptop?


1_agnes_veski_jewelleryAgnes explores errors and the behaviour of a material as a result.
ceramics, 3D clay print
 

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6_anneli_oppar_jewelleryAbstract shapes of Anneli Oppar
3D stainless steel print
 

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9_sille_luiga_jewelleryDolls of Sille Suiga are made of leather and printing method technique. Exploring body as a territory for stretching boundaries of three-dimensional and two-dimensial worlds. 

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13_lotta_koov_jewellery Lotta Koov uses digital print technique on lino speaking about pop culture and possibilities of deformation within virtual space. 

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16_reeli_lüütsep_jewelleryjewelleryReeli Lüütsep captures a heart’s beating and translates it into a shape.

dintFlexible rings of Kairi Sirendi are made by using 3D rubber print. Kairi reflects on our daily computer work by capturing movements of a mouse. 

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18_mariliis_hopp_jewelleryMariliis Hopp uses plaster powder bed 3D printing to touch upon such topic as as censoring in virtual space. 

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20_jaan_shkerin_jewellery_jewelleryJaan Škerin delves into a topic of a sound by recording surrounded noises. By putting his phone into a working washing machine he gets a special sound that he translates into a shape. 

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