Museo del Design del Friuli Venezia Giulia – Associazione di Promozione Sociale
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Wood, iron, stone, glass, plastic, neoprene, sponge: these are all industrial materials that are more suited to architecture and design rather than to a traditional idea of jewelry. Lodovica Fusco's creations move away from the world of goldsmith craftsmanship to enter the world of design.
Born in Trieste in 1985, after studying from DAMS, she created her brand "The Complotto", a line of computer-designed and laser-cut accessories. In 2012, she launched her other jewelry line, COLLANEvrosi, characterized by the use of unconventional materials.
‘Fish for Breakfast’, PVC and neoprene ruff; 2014.
‘Wood Mood’ necklace, COLLANEvrosi; 2015
For the creation of this object Ludovica Fusco used birch plywood, working it with luthiers’ techniques - modeling it with water and heat.
Necklace from ‘Northlands’ collection, COLLANEvrosi; 2017
The entire collection is a memory of a trip to Scandinavia. Branches and concrete stones were shaped in silicone casts and tied to wooden elements with brass inserts.
Tutte le fotografie sono di Nika Furlani
Neckless from ‘Sea Bed’ collection, COLLANEvrosi; 2017
‘Sea Bed’ is a collection that represents summer’s seabed and its creatures. For this reason, in addition to brass and wood, there is a natural element, which is a dyed marine sponge.