17 January 2017

Mathematical

Each piece has mathematical logic. The young Belgian, Hermien Cassiers, uses sums, square roots and other learned formulae to define the proportions, weight and diameter of each geometric element. She then uses these repeatedly to obtain a sublime gold lace. Nothing is left to chance, as even the proportions of gold, silver and copper used are calculated accordingly.

At the Caroline Van Hoek gallery.

  • Necklace made of white and yellow golds

  • Gold chain

  • Preliminary calculations

  • Gold bracelet

  • Gold earrings

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