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21 July 2020
14:00 (GMT + 0)
Jewellery & Metal Panel Discussion: Emotive Materiality

From the private to the public sphere, body adornment as conveyer of personal values, jewellery as a carrier of emotions.

This panel discussion will focus on how contemporary makers transcend technology and techniques to explore the potential of materials for expressing human emotions.

School of Arts & Humanities
Jewellery & Metal (MA)
Estimated Duration: 1 hour
Link to Zoom event
Password: 152245

Weikun Yin

Jewellery & Metal (MA)

Haojun Zhou

Jewellery & Metal (MA)

Yu Tan

Jewellery & Metal (MA)

Ran Li

Jewellery & Metal (MA)

Yiwen Wang

Jewellery & Metal (MA)

Yichen Dong

Jewellery & Metal (MA)

Hiu Tung Yip

Jewellery & Metal (MA)

David Roux-Fouillet - Panelist

David was born in 1978, of Danish and French parentage. He received his first training from the Engelsholm Hojskole in Bredsten, Denmark, where he studied jewellery design, glass blowing and graphic design. This was followed by a degree in jewellery and object design at the Haute Ecole d’Art and de Design in Geneva, Switzerland, where he was awarded the Marsee prize in 2003. This was followed by an invitation to participate in the KUAD Artist Residency at the Kyoto University of Art and Design in 2004, where he studied fashion and space design. His most recent degree was a Masters at the RCA in London, where he studied Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork & Jewellery. During this period, Roux-Fouillet was nominated for the Arts Foundation Product Design Fellowship, was commissioned to create an installation for the London flagship store of Harry Winston, and was awarded the Conran Award and Theo Fennell Award for Overall Excellence from the Royal College of Art.

Elizabeth Fischer - Panelist

Jewellery & Metal Panel Discussion: Emotive Materiality
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