Exit Extended 2019

Jewelry design can not been seen separate from the artistic or academic world. The PXL MAD, Objects & Jewelry therefore offers an inspiring environment where students can develop into critical and investigating artists and designers. It is a place where students discover the world of contemporary jewelry. On the one hand, a lot of attention is paid to specific design techniques and creativity development. On the other hand, an indispensable basis is laid on technical, formal and materials-based level. The portability of jewelry and the functionality of objects is examined here.These Masters students were encouraged to break away from fixed ideas and existing trends, so that they can develop their personal artistic profile. Methodology and approach become more important than style.

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Maria Luisa Quartin (PT)
Maria Luisa Quartin (PT)
Robin Driessen (B)
Robin Driessen (B)
Sofie Van Belle (B)
Sofie Van Belle (B)
Marth Audenaert (B)
Marth Audenaert (B)
Eva Schrooten (B)
Eva Schrooten (B)
Loes Indekeu (B)
Loes Indekeu (B)
Anouck Kuyckx (B)
Anouck Kuyckx (B)
Lasma Ansone (LT)
Lasma Ansone (LT)
Hester Daems (B)
Hester Daems (B)
Elisa Cazzaniga (I)
Elisa Cazzaniga (I)
Marth Audenaert (B)
Marth Audenaert (B)
Sofie Van Belle (B)
Sofie Van Belle (B)
Robin Driessen (B)
Robin Driessen (B)
Sofie Van Belle (B)
Sofie Van Belle (B)
Anouck Kuyckx (B)
Anouck Kuyckx (B)
Robin Driessen (B)
Robin Driessen (B)
Maria Luisa Quartin  (PT)
Maria Luisa Quartin (PT)
Robin Driessen (B)
Robin Driessen (B)
Maria Luisa Quartin (PT)
Maria Luisa Quartin (PT)