Firstly, we are participating in an exhibition at eg.etal in Melbournes iconic Flinders Lane. This is a collaborative show conceived by the talented jeweller Emma Grace. The brief, consisting of text and 3 pieces of sterling silver jewellery, was offered to 7 Melbourne creatives. The exhibition in short, entitled How the light gets in invited it's collaborators to share how they go about maintaining a sense of hope and a more sustainable practice in a world of environmental devastation and climate change.
The pieces Emma and I created were designed to reflect the work I make for studio MüCKE, highlighting my belief that it is only through persistent and enduring work that we can find any answers to the problems of the times we live in. The works are titled Multiples of 1.
Here's Emma and I at work in her studio, developing work for the show.