Workshop

Un cycle de workshops autour du bijou contemporain

Les Verticales 2016

5 Sep. - 11 Oct. 2017

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Suite au succès des Verticales 2015, la dream team formée par la garantie et Résidences, soutenus par la Mairie du 3ème et Paris College of Art, invitent successivement Helen Britton (Australie), Tim Carson (Angleterre) et Marc Monzó (Espagne), pour des atelier- conférences-expo de trois jours.

Le programme a été conçu pour que le plus grand nombre puisse participer aux workshops : ils sont espacés de plusieurs semaines, ont des tarifs dégressifs, se tiennent au plus proche du week-end. Ce ne sont pas non plus des workshops « techniques » : nous avons demandé à chacun des artistes de se concentrer sur le processus de création. Ils viennent pour vous : profitez-en.


Programmation

Brune Boyer, Benjamin Lignel, Caroline Volcovici

Partenaires

Paris College of Art

Les Verticales 2016

Helen Britton

En mouvement sur le pont: la vie publique et privée du bijou

En tant que créateurs d’objets qui seront manipulés et portés par d’autres, comment négocions-nous l’expérience publique et privée de notre travail. Quelle importance accordons-nous à la tactilité, à la sensualité de nos pièces, et à la transformation de celle ou celui qui les porte? Quel impact auront ces préoccupations sur notre univers créatif?

Traffic on the Bridge : The private and public life of Jewellery.

As creators of objects that will be handled and worn by others, how do we negotiate the experience of the private and public life of our work ? How important is tactility, sensuality and transformation of the wearer in the premiss of our thinking and what changes in our world as a result of these preoccupations ?

Helen Britton (AU/DE) Helen Britton completed a Master of Fine Arts by research at Curtin University, Western Australia in 1999, which included guest studies at the Academy of Fine Art in Munich, the Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam, and San Diego State University in California. In 1999 she returned to Munich to complete  postgraduate study at the Academy of Fine Arts with Professor Otto Künzli. In 2002 she established her workshop in Munich with David Bielander and Yutaca Minegishi. Her work is held in the National gallery of Australia, in the Pinakothek der Modern, Munich, the Schmuck Museum Pforzheim, The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Boston Museum of Fine Art and The Metropolitan Museum, New York, among others. In 2005 Helen was awarded the Herbert Hofmann prize for excellence in contemporary jewellery and in 2006 the state prize of Bavaria for craftsmanship. In March of 2011 a new catalogue of Helen Britton’s work was launched in Munich by Helen Drutt-English. In 2013 at the invitation of The Neue Sammlung, Munich, an overview of 20 years of Helen Britton’s work was shown as a solo exhibition in the Neues Museum, Nürnberg, Germany. In 2013 Britton was awarded the Förder Preis of the city of Munich, and in 2014 was artist in residence at Villa Bengel in Idar Öbersten. In 2015 Helen Britton was invited by Ingo Maurer to make a solo exhibtion of her « Indistrial » series of jewellery and drawings in his showrooms in Munich, and was Artist in Residence at the invitation of Janet Homesa Court at Vasse Felix in Western Australia. In 2017 Helen has been invited by Ted Snell to make a complete overveiw of her work to date at the Lawrence Wilson gallery at UWA in conjction with the Festival of Perth.

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Les Verticales 2016

Marc Monzó

Feuille sur un arbre

Nous nous limiterons à travailler en deux dimensions, et puis nous placerons nos travaux dans la troisième dimension.

Leaf on a tree

We will limit ourselves to work in two dimensions, and we will place our works in a three dimensional space.

Marc Monzó (ES) One of the most recognized Catalan jeweler, Monzó studied at Escola Massana, before setting up his studio in BCN. His work is represented in the collections of the  Françoise van den Bosch Foundation, the Stedelijk Museum’s – Hertogenbosh and the CODA Museum, Apeldoorn (NL), the Museum of Decorative Arts of Barcelona (ES), The National Gallery of Australia (AT). He collaborates with brands such as Santa & Cole, Galeria Taché, Union Suiza and designers such as David Bestué. Monzó was awarded with the Design Prize by the Institution of Jewellers of Catalunya (2006). He lives and works in Barcelona.

Les Verticales 2016

Tim Carson

Tu comprends ce que je veux dire?

Timothy Information Limited proposera une série de projets de design et fabrication simples qui explorent le sens du sens du bijou. Qu’est-ce que quoi veut dire? Est-ce que quelque chose peut ne vouloir rien dire? Et à quoi ça rime, d’ailleurs, pour nous? Tu comprends ce que je veux dire?

Do you know what I mean?

Timothy Information Limited will be leading a series of design and basic making projects that explore the meaning of meaning in jewellery. What means what ? Can something mean nothing ? Can this benefit us as makers ? Do you know what I mean ?

Timothy Information Limited (UK)   Drawing influence from Punk, Dada, Situationism, the Goons and the dilapidated man made environments of his past, Timothy Information Limited constructs badges and machines that often promote a physical interaction between the viewer and the work. Under the initial seemingly nonsensical and abstract veneers lurks a subtle commentary, observation and storytelling with political sensibilities. Timothy Information Limited works predominantly in base metals, wood, acrylic and questionable humour.

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