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METALSMITH 2004

"Metalsmith"
Exhibition In Print
Volume 24 Number 4
October 2004

Sergey Jivetin Brooklyn, New York

"While exploring fascinating histories that shaped many innately human constructions and institutions that are governing the world today. I strive to remake these paradoxical insights into physical form, expose their artifice, and thus try to confront the power that these constructions have over people. By choosing jewelry's small scale and proximity to the body as a format in this series of work, I hope to visually represent a relationship between multifaceted and delicately balanced construction history of our contemporary perception of time and its manifestation. I want the audience to take a look at our symbolic relationship to time by experiencing it in the third dimension, as something fantastic, and yet tangible."

Sculpture To Wear is pleased to represent Sergey Jivetin. Both of these one-of-a-kind pieces are available at the gallery.


Coordinate Sweep Earrings, 2003


Coordinate Sweep Earrings, 2003
watch hands, sterling silver
2 x 1 x 1/8" Photo: Sergey Jivetin


Battle Formation Brooch, 2003
watch hands, sterling silver, steel
1/2 x 2 x 2" Photo: Sergey Jivetin