Sound Jewellery, 2008

In collaboration with Linda Brothwell and Caren Hartley (GSMJ Royal College of Art). 
This project was inspired by the following question: “How can sound have a physical value?” 
Sound grooves are etched into the necklace, bracelet and brooch. The sounds can include precious memories, such as the laughter of someone with their grandma, a telephone conversation with a girlfriend, or recordings during travels/holidays.

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Nowhere/Now/Here
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Oct
2008
27
Apr
2009

Investigating new lines of enquiry in contemporary design

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