PARTICIPATORY SPORT FOR CRAFT ARTISTS
Gallery Loupe's ongoing collaboration with Moss continues with artist Beate Eismann's rapid prototyped bracelets and paper brooches.
The case features two unique collections, made using totally different processes. The bracelets are computer designed and 3D printed. Their surfaces are finished in silver and sometimes embellished with jewels. The paper brooches are created with handmade paper, and shaped into forms reminiscent of candy and chocolate packaging, bringing a sort of universal personal childhood memory to the wearer.
Beate Eismann's jewelry has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions internationally, including the Museum of Arts and Design in New York. Examples of her work are in the permanent collections of the State Art Museum Saxony Anhalt, Germany, the Museum of Applied Arts, Leipzig, Germany, the German Amber Museum, Ribnitz-Damgarten, the Municipal Collection Idar-Oberstein, Germany, and the CODA Museum, Apeldoom, the Netherlands. Eismann lives and works in Germany.
Eismann's work remains on view at Moss through January.