Contemporary Japanese Jewellery – Crafts Council

Crafts Council

Contemporary Japanese Jewellery was curated by Simon Fraser, and 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 graphic design was by Cartlidge Levene.

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"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

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

Ralph Turner
Crafts magazine 

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"Thoughtful.....intelligent and imaginative"

Hannah Ford
The Architecture Foundation

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