Mouth as Inspiration
I chewed a dummy until the age of seven.
I was always curious about my grandma's gold teeth and could not understand that it represented the decay of life.
When we eat, we not only swallow food but also sculpt forms in our mouth.
Sometimes eating is more than digesting; it relieves anxiety and celebrates happiness.
School of Humanities
MA Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork & Jewellery, 2015
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My interests include 3D printing technology related to the body, forms and material, and wearable technology with bio-sensors.
- After Support, Milan Design Week Venture Project, Milan, 2014 ; After Support Recycled 3D Printed Material, Royal College of Art, London, 2014; After Support Recycled 3D Printed Material Jewellery, Masion&Object, Paris, 2015
- Gastronomy: Press Print to Eat at the 3D Print Show, London, 2015
- Milan Design Week Review Press Release, DAMn, No.44, 2014; Love for Design Salone Internazionale Del Milano TV Interview, 2014; DAVIDE SHER, Don’t Burst My Bubble: 3D Printed Chewing Gum Is Coming, 3D Printing Industry, FEBRUARY 13, 2015; BRIAN KRASSENSTEIN, GumJet — 3D Print Your Own Chewing Gum, 3DPrint.com, FEBRUARY 16, 2015; Jelmer Luimstra, Students Create Chewing Gum 3D Printer, 3DPrinting.com , February 18, 2015; Victor Anusci, Chew on this: 3D printed bubble gum, All3DP, March 27, 2015