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Multidisciplinary designer Danielle Karlikoff gives a tour of her Sydney studio and an overview of her hybrid practice which includes translating traditional techniques such as casting, soldering and photography to create a futuristic effect.
Walk through the technical processes behind a range of the work and view live demonstrations of her techniques which transcend the traditional into the supernatural. The focus is on technical processes, hybrid approach, wax-sculpting techniques and image-creation. Participants are encouraged to join the technical demonstrations at home with their own materials.
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Danielle Karlikoff is a multi-disciplinary designer specializing in custom jewelry.
Born in Australia with Russian-Korean heritage, DK’s cultural identity has shaped her layered approach to design. …
Born in Australia with Russian-Korean heritage, DK’s cultural identity has shaped her layered approach to design. Her work is often composed of hybrid concepts expressed through an array of techniques and textures. She blends traditional, hand-made jewelry techniques with the industrial, and precious metals with discarded materials.
From music videos to wedding rings, regardless of medium, DK simultaneously provokes and embraces outdated modes of luxury goods production and representation. A child of the 90s, she likes to examine the psychology of luxury consumerism which has informed the notions of success, wealth and health in which she inescapably participates.
Whilst working intricately with each piece, DK also considers its visual representation as a key part of completing the object’s lifecycle. She creates a visual-experience that corresponds to each unique piece by utilizing her background in graphic design, photography, film editing and event production.
DK is currently based in her home-town of Sydney. At present, she is a part of the Gem Z program by Current Obsession.