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What is jewellery? This new publication is a reflection on that question. Here is an interdisciplinary approach transcending the familiar categories crafts or art, applied or fine. What matters here is exploring what jewellery is - not what it looks like
Table of Contents
|Thinking Jewellery - a process Schmuck Denken - ein Prozess||p. 7|
|Thinking Jewellery. A theory of jewellery Schmuck Denken. Eine Theorie des Schmucks||p. 11|
|Making Jewellery 1||p. 41|
|Against method in the applied arts||p. 73|
|Head jewellery - a theory of the theory of jewellery||p. 81|
|ęDiamonds are a girl's best friend'-The psychology of jewellery as beloved objects||p. 95|
|Lifelines: myth a meaning - learning and teaching||p. 109|
|Bananas of all things: how Adolf Loos handled ornamentation or the evolution of culture||p. 121|
|The magic object in modernism - an anthropological constant?||p. 135|
|Making Jewellery 2||p. 153|
|Pimp my black! Black death jewellery in youth subcultures||p. 185|
|An object of beauty||p. 197|
|West African fetish cult and European fetishism||p. 219|
|Jewellery from the Orient as a source of inspiration||p. 237|
|Making Jewellery 3||p. 249|
|Educating the costumer aesthetic||p. 281|
|Jewellery as an indicator of gender subjectivity||p. 295|
|Recycling forms||p. 321|
|Making Jewellery 1-3||p. 328|
|Thinking Jewellery 1-7||p. 337|
|Author biographies / Autorenbiografien||p. 347|
|Photo credits / Bildnachweis||p. 352|
|Imprint / Impressum||p. 352|
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