Sunday, 21 November 2010

Kirsty Sumerling

Kirsty Sumerling’s jewellery collection focuses on the beauty of surface decay and the resulting work appears as a series of snapshots of surfaces frozen in time. This installation shows the extensive samples that were produced, informing the final work.

Intrigued by the effects of time and decay Summerling explored this condition in enamel and chemical patina, playing with both control and unpredictability. The embedded patina and change within a surface implies that a transformation has occurred over a period of time.

The resulting work is unpredictable and unexpected; a product of a process deliberately out of her control.

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