Description

Annelies Planteijdt’s jewellery deploys a number of aesthetic strategies as she investigates notions of time and space in the form of maps and floor plans. Her work is designed to be experienced both worn and unworn: unworn it is geometric, structured, two-dimensional ‘jewellery for the mind’, but on the body the maps disappear, and they become more three-dimensional, arranging themselves naturally on the wearer as the structure becoming all but invisible in this fluid form.

Mieke Bal’s essay, ‘Synaesthesis: smell, sound and other experiences’, carefully considers Annelies’ work using the themes of repetition, movement and infinity as her way into this quietly beautiful world.

Additional information

Weight 510 g

Softcover
172 pages, full colour
Dutch and English
Dimensions: 17.2 x 24 cm
Publisher: Galerie Marzee, 2009
ISBN: 978-90-73124-20-2

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