Liesbeth den Besten / Helen Britton / Itzhak Carmel /Uriel Miron / Gideon Ofrat / Aharon Shabtai /Jonathan Ventura / Meira Yagid-Haimovici

DEGANIT STERN SCHOCKEN: HOW MANY IS ONE

Jewellery / Objects / Installations


BROWSE


264 pages
18.5 × 25 cm, approx. 200 ills. Hardcover.
English

38,00 incl. VAT

Release date and delivery June 2021

ISBN 978-3-89790-607-5 Categories: ,

Overview

How Many Is One encapsulates one of the fundamental questions at the core of art and design. This issue is highly pertinent to jewelry design as a language that seeks form through which to articulate ideas. The oeuvre of Deganit Stern Schocken (b. 1947) has delved into the socio-political question of place, creating works in which text is incorporated as an integral part of the object; in the process the artist has adhered to the classical language of jewelry while employing state-of-the-art technologies. The book explores the architectural-planning aspect in Stern Schocken’s jewelry. While each object stands in its own right (like a building), it is also part of a system (the city). The trial-and-error process of casting and the notion of “value” also play an important role in the artist’s work, which alludes to local society and Israeli reality.

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