Contemporary Japanese Jewellery – Crafts Council

Crafts Council

'Contemporary Japanese Jewellery' presented 250 pieces by fifty Japanese makers. The design was derived from the concept of a sushi restaurant conveyor, with exhibits displayed on a continuous undulating strip of white foam, that snaked its way through the gallery. The exhibition was curated by Simon Fraser, with graphic design by Cartlidge Levene.

"The display appears to hover within the gallery……it is part of the space yet simultaneously, is only lightly connected to it"

Naomi House
Educator and writer

"Fresh thinking.....a stylishly presented show"

Ralph Turner
Crafts magazine

"Thoughtful.....intelligent and imaginative"

Hannah Ford
The Architecture Foundation

Photography by James MorrisDavid Churchill and Luke White
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