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Sim Luttin is a contemporary jewellery + object maker from Melbourne, Australia and is also the Gallery Manager at Arts Project Australia. Luttin has her MFA from Indiana University, Bloomington, USA; Associateship from JamFactory: Contemporary Craft and Design, Adelaide, AUS; Graduate Diploma in Arts Management from University of South Australia, Adelaide, AUS; and BFA from RMIT, Melbourne, AUS.
Sim Luttin's current projects explore the theme The Temporary Nature of Things, which investigates notions of beauty, nostalga, landscape, impermanence, and passing time. Luttin is captivated by the deterioration of memory and how this is nostagically represented through minaiture objects, in terms of our emotional, physical and tactile interaction as a maker, wearer and viewer of the form.
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Welcome to crafthaus ! I am very glad you joined us. We already have a nice group of artists here from Melbourne, they are mostly blacksmiths but also one jewelry maker. The quickest way to find them would be to go to Nick Hackett's page (currently one of the featured artists) as he has befriended all of them ;-)
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