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Erato Kouloubi

Erato Kouloubi

Erato Kouloubi 1367 2048 Dautor
Brand Details
Brand Name:
Erato Kouloubi

 

Participation Type
Individual

 

Designer/s details
Erato Kouloubi

 

Exploring the art of jewelry, Erato graduated from "MOKUME, Silversmithing and Jewellery Design School" Athens, Greece. She specialized in Chemical Coloring and Patination of Metals in “Camberwell College of Arts” and Manipulating Glass in “Central Saint Martins”, University of the Arts, London, U.K.
In the meantime, she worked with the jewelry designer Yen Duong in Cockpit Arts Center, London. Returning to Greece she creates her own studio. Through her work she was established in handmade jewelry.
Her creations were exhibited in:  Joya Barcelona Art Jewelry Fair, AUTOR Fair, Bucharest, Sierrad -International Jewelry Art Fair, Amsterdam, Handwerk & Design, Munich, Munich Jewellery Week, Munich, Melting Point, Valencia, “The Arch Window” London, U.k, , Metamatic:taf, Athens, Marnery Creative Gallery, Athens and Apotheke gallery in Paros, Greece (Artists In Residence).
She is co-founder of Popeye loves Olive Art Space and the Anticlastics team that organize Athens jewelry Week festival in Athens, Greece.
She is interested in curating contemporary art exhibitions after her courses in Chelsea College of Arts, London, U.K. and Node Center, Berlin, Germany.

 

Collection details
Name of the collection:
The origin of Symmetry

 

Description of the collection:

In this work, I explore architecture influenced by the avant-garde art movements of Cubism & Constructivism that later influenced trends as Bauhaus & Destijl movement. I design jewelry that assembles in an abstracted form, creating a multitude of viewpoints plus a multitude of applications. Originally what leads me in making innovative forms is that I am interested in the reflection of the viewer. The collection is made of gold-platted bronze, rhodium-platted bronze and oxidized silver. Bronze is cut, fold and soldered to express the three dimensions. Oxidized silver chain is used to present the bronze sculptures.
 

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