These pieces come from an exhibition project called Alternating Rhythm, the result of the meeting between Lavinia Rossetti and Elena Martinelli, in which the common denominator is rhythm.
A rhythmic flow of repeating patterns that forms a sequence of elements. This piece is characterized by a progressive rhythm where the same elements repeat and change continuously, varying in size, shape and consistency.
Made of aluminum and silver, each module has a unique texture because it is hammered on different metal surfaces.
Thanks to the lightness of aluminum, the pieces are very light despite their size and structure.
Photo with model Claudia Giglio
Lavinia Rossetti / Alternating Rhythm
Lavinia Rossetti is an Italian born, Belgium based contemporary jewellery maker, currently researching at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Antwerp (Body & Material Reinvented group) where she investigates the performative role of jewellery using an interdisciplinary and experimental approach.
She taught at Alchimia Jewellery School while combining travels to Asia for collaborations and workshops in Shanghai (Academy of International Visual Arts, Shanghai Institute of Visual Art, SanW Gallery/Studio). She currently travels to Milan where she collaborate with IED (European Institute of Design). Her work has been represented by Caroline Van Hoek (Bruxelles) and more recently by Antonella Villanova (Florence) and shown in international exhibitions and design fairs.