KAФEDRA – exhibition by the department of Jewellery and Blacksmithing at the Estonian Academy of Art 29 April, 2016, Narva Art Residency Eve Margus-Villems, Piret Hirv Sofia Hallik Merlin Meremaa Hanna-Maria Vanaküla Federica Cogliandro Miikael Danieljants, Jens Clausen Federica Cogliandro, Viktorija Domarkaite Krenholm Jens Clausen, Miikael Danieljants, Rauno Paju, Darja Popolitova A speech of Kadri Mälk Küllike Kullerkupp […]
I had the great pleasure of being accompanying Professor Kadri Mälk in Munich for the conference Real Magic. Different lecturers and guest professors from various disciplines are invited to speak about current realities of magic and its rediscovery in the arts. Kadri also made a 4-day schedule for us to walk around Munich. We had […]
Book “Andorgyny: jewellery beyond gender” is a MA thesis research, where I consider the concept of gender as disintegration of the wholeness, that generated male and female duality. The idea of merging natural and synthetic was also represented through the book design, where instead of classical binding rubber bands were used. collaboration with: Olga Makaronskaja, Sofia […]
Tanel Veenre, the most inspiring tutor! Great to have so much beholders!
By documenting backstage events that happened in my life during while working on the topic of Androgyny helped me to move forward with this project. The documentation has a chronological order. June 2013 I applied for MA of Jewellery and Blacksmithing department at EKA. It was an interview. I knew that in order to […]
In this photosession made by Jackie Wilde we see two male models who are like travelers without tickets and ready to risk. Photography: Jackie Wilde Model 1: Aleksandr Janchuk Model 2: Aleksej Katjuk Stylist: Dmitry Knut MUA: Margarita Leonova Jewellery: Darja Popolitova Special thanks to Levvis Benuchi, Eleonora Shljanda May 2014
This order was a present at a wedding day for a groom. The view on a desk at the Monquer studio , pink quartz and a natural moonstone, which shines with geometrical pattern under a certain corner of light.