Nosce te ipsum I-III.
I. brooch. patinated copper, brass
II. bracelet. patinated copper
III. set of earrings. patinated copper, brass
Concrete vs. abstract, supernatural vs. physical, visible vs. invisible, vague vs. frank…
From pre-historic figural representations to present-day digitization, the history of technology encompasses a range of opposing features and trends. The vertiginous changes of technology, however, are connected by the human individual, creator and user of any new technologies. Addressing these problems, the pieces reflect on how to react, as humans, to the constant transformation of the world around us by technology. A possible answer to this question is hidden in the binary message on the pieces.