_PLAY JEWELLERY - WEAR ARCHITECTURE
Thinking about jewellery through architecture.

Schmuck2 kicked off it's new project „PLAY JEWELLERY - WEAR ARCHITECTURE“ that considers the relationship between jewellery and architecture.

The project which continues further, started of with an exhibition by Japanese architects Yuko Nagayama and Ryuji Nakamura as a part of the satellite program PLAY JEWELLERY - wearing, making, thinking, held in parallel to the exhibition of Otto Künzli at Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Museum of Arts from October - December 2015.

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The exhibition at (PLACE) by method developed thru a panel discussion involving two more Japanese architects Jo Nagasaka and Hideyuki Nakayama beforehand.
In the exhibition Yuko Nagayama and Ryuji Nakamura focused on the interface between the private and the public sphere and the interplay between jewellery and architecture to highlight commonalities.

http://www.yukonagayama.co.jp
http://www.ryujinakamura.com
http://wearemethod.com

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PLAY JEWELLERY - WEAR ARCHITECTURE
Thinking about jewellery through architecture.

Open debate and panel discussion during November 2015 as part of the PLAY JEWELLERY - wearing, making, thinking program in coincidence with the Otto Künzli exhibit at the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum. http://www.teien-art-museum.ne.jp/en/


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_A panel of four architects; Yuko Nagayama, Jo Nagasaka, Ryuji Nakamura and Hideyuki Nakayama discussed
topics that show a possible relation between jewellery and architecture.

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_The German art historian Dr. Anne Schloen and the Japanese architect Ryuji Nakamura discussed crossing lines between art and architecture based on their professional experience.
Schloen recently co-organized the exhibition (im)possible! Artists as Architects, at the Museum Marta Herford (Germany). Nakamura is known for designing exhibition spaces and museum instillations beside his architectural approach.