Five0Eight, the Cass Silversmithing and Jewellery Artists’ group invited to exhibit at prestigious international jewellery festival in Munich.
Date: 10 March 2013
Five0Eight, an artists group comprising of Cass Silversmithing and Jewellery Artists in Residence and former MA by Project students have been invited to exhibit in Munich during prestigious international jewellery festival, Schmuck 2013
Five0Eight engages and provokes our audience with an interactive installation experience, employing various sensory triggers. We challenge ourselves by experimenting with materials new to our practice. Our headline event will take place during the prestigious “Schmuck” international jewellery festival in Munich, March 2013. We have selected coffee as our starting point: as a component material and inspiring the installation experience.
Participants: Isabelle Busnel, Jonas Mace, Mara Irsara, Maria Piana, Elizabeth Peers, Rachel Terry, Deborah Werbner and special guest, Simone ten Hompel.
Streitfeldstraße 33, 81673 München
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