Zooming in, zooming out
This project focuses on the beauty of pollution. When you compare landscapes in relation to a zoomed in image of a seed, certain similarities are significant. For example, the polygon and the organic surface occurs similarly in both the landscape and the microscopic seed. When observing the zoomed-out images of some of man’s-polluted landscapes a certain aesthetic beauty can be seen. As ironic as it may be, the pollution shows its true form in the colours and rough formations that have spread across the land. The silver pieces in this project are an investigation into form, colour and the structure found in both nature and pollution. My jewels may look large in their proportions, but their lightness makes them very wearable.