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Min-Ji Cho

MA work

Concentrating on the idea of extending the potential of jewellery in terms of its function and aesthetic, I investigate the use of jewellery not only on the body but also off the body. I believe the decorative character of a piece of jewellery should be enjoyed when it is off the body… which is not possible if it is kept in a jewellery box.

In addition, I investigate contemporary notions of preciousness, by exploring and combining materials that represent the extremes of precious and non-precious.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Fine Art

    Programme

    MA Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork & Jewellery, 2007

  • Concentrating on the idea of extending the potential of jewellery in terms of its function and aesthetic, I investigate the use of jewellery not only on the body but also off the body. I believe the decorative character of a piece of jewellery should be enjoyed when it is off the body… which is not possible if it is kept in a jewellery box.

    In addition, I investigate contemporary notions of preciousness, by exploring and combining materials that represent the extremes of precious and non-precious.

  • Experience

  • Research Internship, Centre for Jewellery Research, RCA, 2007; Internship, Lara Bohinc, London, 2006
  • Exhibitions

  • Craftsmanship and Design Awards, Goldsmiths Hall, London, 2007; Creative Currency, Bank of America, London, 2006; Craftsmanship and Design Awards, Goldsmiths Hall, London, 2006