Contemporary jeweller Bianca Mavrick and graphic designer Jack Loel have collaborated to bring you BRICK BLOCK, an installation at Künstler magazines and books. Approaching memories through motif, the duo decipher the visual language of local architecture, and remnant memories of familiar places into graphic form. A selection of screen prints, ceramics, objects and jewellery will be on display.
Mavrick's work is offbeat; setting handcrafted production methods against processes involving industrial fabrication. Her new collection Brick Block combines hand fabricated wooden components with these collaborative graphic motifs. The series engages a distinctive set of work-a-day materials which conjure associations with stackable children's blocks and house bricks.
Loel is an experienced graphic designer whose creative practice extends to sculpture, works on paper, and paintings. As well as the collaborative works in this exhibition, he includes screen prints and a suite of ceramic sculptures. His works represent abstracted shapes, everyday objects, or other images, depicted with his distinctive visual language.
The exhibition will be on display at Künstler from Friday October 24 until late November.