André Meyerhans, the founder and designer of MARIO UBOLDI Jewellery Art, is an award-winning architect who has been named as one of the most influential architects in the MENA region by Middle Eastern Architect magazine. He is also an artist whose work and installations are part of public and private collections in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. André’s creations blur traditional boundaries between art, architecture and design.
I have recently had the privilege to work on a collaboration with André which has allowed his jewellery and my iPhoneart on recycled wood collected from building sites, to enter into a dialogue with each other.
Our collaboration is currently being shared via social media where you can view both images and an interview André conducted with me.
The collaboration is evolving and you are invited to be part of it by checking into its story on a regular basis.
You can follow the collaboration via any of the following links:
The dialogue between our two art forms is opening new vistas and I suspect that there is still much more waiting to be visually spoken.
In a previous blog I wrote about the type of listening I believe we need to cultivate in cyberspace, whether it be to visual, aural or textual images.
My eyes and ears are listening!