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    This Autodiscipline Wearable Jewellery project questions the importance of the posture and the global attitude of the person. It invites us to re… Read More
    This Autodiscipline Wearable Jewellery project questions the importance of the posture and the global attitude of the person. It invites us to rethink our beauty standards and to pay attention to the details that make everyone attractive and desirable. Read Less
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The Autodiscipline Wearable Jewellery bearing the posture was imagined in order to emphasise the interaction and the permanent connection between beauty and discomfort. 
 
This project is a series of three jewellery pieces forcing the person to adopt straight and elegant poses while wearing it, and each piece interacts with the body in it’s own particular way. The golden outline piece remains in equilibrium in the ears and accentuates one’s head’s movements,  the magnetised collar punishes the person violently attracting the earrings if she moves her bust too much, and the clavicle jewels simply fit in the collar bones’ hollows and make paying attention to stay straight and move carefully.
 
The jewel claims itself as beneficial or malevolent intrusive object. 
The project is questionning jewellery’s role which identifies itself to the medical device and to the ornament as well whose goal is to glorify the whole of silhouette.
 
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Project produced in collaboration with Florent Gros, jeweller craftsman for the International Biennale of Design of Saint-Etienne.