Aquamarine silver brooch was made for the collection called Deconstructive Jewellery. It was inspired by deconstructivist architecture. It breaks the rules of classical construction and composition. It is experimentation with forms, disturbing the traditional perception. The endless possibilities of breaking rules, searching for new combinations and new harmony.
The deconstructive jewellery
Silver and gold. Glass and gems. Construction and emotion. Deconstruction and structure. In and between. Forms twist their way out from the inside. They lift off the skin of the jewellery piece, exposing the structure, they create a second skin around the new volume. The structure breaks down, the surface fills up with forms that are then put under tension by being twisted to each other and to the piece. Between inside and out, original and addition, structure and facade. Pure form is interrogated in a way that reveals its twisted and splintered structure. This apparent chaos actually constructs the body of the jewellery pieces. The internal disorder produces the bar even while splitting it. It is actually constructed out of fragments of that world. The surface is a side effect of the dialogue between internal contorted geometry and external geometry.
Beside the Aquamarine silver brooch, another piece from this collection is the Peridot ring.