Catherine Granche

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    Briller en société Ring in sterling silver, porcelain, gold luster, faience and myrrh. The piece measures 4 L X 4 W X 42 H cm and was made in 2021.
    Briller en société Ring in sterling silver, porcelain, gold luster, faience and myrrh. The piece measures 4 L X 4 W X 42 H cm and was made in 2021.
    Briller en société Ring in sterling silver, porcelain, gold luster, faience and myrrh. The piece measures 4 L X 4 W X 42 H cm and was made in 2021.

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    Briller en société Ring 

    Sterling silver, porcelain, gold luster, faience and myrrh,  4 L X 4 W X 42 H cm, 2021. 

    Size 7.75  To be worn with love and care, perhaps more so as a pendant.

    Granche’s work focuses on the collecting and conservation of organic elements in order to transform them into jewelry. Collected during her walks in nature or during her daily activities, each element acts as a reflection of an intimate moment, and is thus treated as an artifact. Fascinated by each fruit's formal qualities as well as its ethnobotanical history, she observes their morphological changes, from the seed to the mature fruit.

    Her reflection on food has introduced into her practice new interests for culture, nutrition, and notions of consumption and responsibility in the face of several challenges in our society: health, social dictates and pressures, over-consumption, pollution, and the hegemony of the food and pharmaceutical industries. These are issues that we are confronted with on a daily basis and which define us culturally through the choices we make. In the same way that one' s choice to wear jewelry is a definition of one' s identity and cultural belonging.

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    Catherine graduierte 1991 in Theaterkunst, Design Option, am Collège Lionel-Groulx. Sie war 10 Jahre auf dem Gebiet tätig, bevor sie sich für eine neue Arbeitslinie - den Gartenbau - entschied. 2011 schrieb sie sich an der École de joaillerie in Montréal ein. Als Ergebnis dieser abwechslungsreichen Karrieren begann sie, eine neue zu erforschen: Nachdem sie Umgebungen für den Körper geschaffen hatte, begann sie sie zu schmücken.