Really don’t Cast Me Away is an explorative task by jewelry designer and goldsmith Galit Barak. It examines society’s quest to preserve the aged entire body, juxtaposed by its natural decline and extinction. Technically, it explores the classic field of goldsmithing, like its techniques and the interactions amongst the jewellery and the entire body.
Barak was inspired by each day degrading architecture, which includes abandoned and collapsed buildings, scaffoldings, and supporting beams. The jewellery then will take on the same perform of this architecture, by supporting, stabilizing, and carrying structures and room inside a delicate and minimalistic way.
The structures in the jewelry mimic scaffoldings that carry empty spaces, holding memories of structures with out framework.
Pictures by Ella Leshman.