Political Jewellry by Mahtab Hanna
27 January – 4 March
8th February – Talk by Timothy CarsonLecturer in Jewellery and Programme Leader BA Jewellery.
Tim Carson produces badges and other works that explore questions surrounding authorship in conjunction with notions of misdirection and ‘false’ narratives. And if you were to deconstruct that work to identify the separate ingredients you’d find a bit of Punk, a smear of Dada, some Goons, a nod to Situationism, Jean Tinguely lurking, the dilapidated farm machinery of his youth and jokes that very much vary in quality.
15th February – Mahtab Hanna
Jewellery artist talk by Mahtab Hanna on political jewellery, its origins and future.
22nd February – Talk by Grant Gibson
Grant Gibson is the editor of Crafts Magazine, and is UK-based design, craft and architecture writer whose contributions have been featured in The Observer, New Statesman, The Guardian, Daily Telegraph, FRAME, Dwell. Grant will be talking about the evolution of contemporary jewellery, and its future.
1st March – Talk by Mah Rana
Having graduated from the Royal College of Arts, (Jewellery) and from London Metropolitan University (Psychology), Mah Rana’s work separates into distinct strands of research to include public participation, performance, arts and heath, that have several cross-over points; framed by a relational arts practice approach.
Mah Rana has worked closely with audiences through public participatory interventions. Using Jewellery is LifeTM as an umbrella title for work that is about the close relationship between people and jewellery.
All talks are free and take place between 6-8pm at P21 Gallery – Booking essential