Crevice

Research output: Non-textual formArtefact

Abstract

Crevice is the outcome of an applied research exploration into the interaction of the natural environment integrated with the traditional techniques of silversmithing to create a functional yet sculptural artefact for the contemporary table. The research began with searching for weathered stones which would be suitable for the table and which would create a natural landscape from which I could test and explore the interaction and manipulation of sterling silver. Commencing with flat silver sheet traditional silversmithing techniques were applied to create a sculptural piece incorporating 8 candle holders held in the stone for the table.Permanent Collection of the Ulster Museum, Belfast
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationUlster Museum
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Interaction
Silversmithing
Belfast
Natural Landscape
Applied Research
Ulster Museum
Artifact
Sterling Silver
Manipulation

Keywords

  • silver tableware Cara Murphy ritual ceremony museum candles

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Murphy, C. (Author). (2009). Crevice. Artefact, Ulster Museum: . Retrieved from http://uir.ulster.ac.uk/12288/1/Crevice.jpg
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