The best of emerging Australian craft and design is on display as part of a new exhibition at Adelaide’s Jam Factory.
December 21st, 2010
Jam Factory’s Generate 10 exhibition showcases the work of 11 emerging artists and designers who have just completed the Factory’s two-year Associate training program.
The Associates, as they are collectively called, have produced a stellar collection that shows the dedication, innovation and superb craft and design skills for which they were selected.
Andrew Bartlett’s Bench 810 removes anything superfluous to create a clean, sleek, functional piece of furniture.
Hannah Carlyle plays with colour, light and shape in her resin Oversized Boulder bangles I and II.
The CR Rocking Stool by Caren Ellis is made to be ridden or sat on, and is based on the work of Ray and Charles Eames.
Sorcha Flett takes inspiration from patterns created by moving water in her collection, which features the Black Bubble brooch and Bubble brooch – hollow form.
Colour Stack I forms part of Susan Frost’s porcelain collection, featuring warm colours and carefully designed forms.
Michael Garrett’s Sapling incorporates timber and LED to create a striking angular aesthetic.
Nicholas Koschade has created a modular lighting system called Cliques – two pieces that can only operate when together.
Peta Kruger’s Rough Ideas Brooches use colour, shape and texture to explore jewellery making in its roughest form.
Jaan Poldaas plays with the optical effects afforded by clear glass in his Chameleons collection.
Danielle Rickaby’s Found in Dirt are precious objects that draw on the natural world.
The Loop Neckpiece by Vanessa Williams takes inspiration from natural and architectural forms and emphasises the contrast between blue and silver.
Generate 10 runs from 11 December 2010 until 30 January 2011.
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