May 22, 2013

Manuela Gandini

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Manuela Gandini

I’m an endless experimenter with new materials and technologies and the aim of my work is to create contemporary jewellery for unconventional people.

My idea of jewellery is determined by various factors: contemporary style, the aesthetic rigour of shape, the clean combination of materials, colours and textures, the innovative production techniques, the precise hand work.

I think that jewellery can create a personal relationship between the wearer and the viewer: jewellery can express the wearer personality or creativity or sense of humor or opinions about the everyday life. My actual work is oriented to improve this idea of communication also experimenting with unusual materials and techniques.



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Following this line of research, in addition to the precious metal jewellery production, I have focused my interest on materials as aluminium, steel, rubber, nylon and titanium also improving my knoledge in 3D modeling and in different production techniques including rapid prototyping, chemical and water cutting, injection moulding.

I design all my pieces and I personally take care of every production step: even though most of my jewellery give a rather industrial impression, each piece is the result of a mix of technology and accurate hand work.

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