These architectural wrist pieces are a signed, limited edition by the artist jeweller Nora Fok using 3D printing and nylon monofilament. They were created as part of Nora's solo exhibition New Threads, on show at The Harley Gallery in 2016.
- Signed limited edition
- 3D printed in nylon and hand wrapped with nylon monofilament
- Delicate construction, not designed for everyday wear
- Approximately 8cm outer diameter
Born in Hong Kong, Nora moved to the UK in 1978 to study three-dimensional design at Brighton Polytechnic. While there, she explored working with plastics, and experimenting with knitting, knotting, and dying nylon monofilament. Inspired by this material, she has continued to work with nylon throughout her career, employing simple equipment and basic techniques to manipulate the material. Her intricate pieces demonstrate her mastery of hand-working and her ability to capture delicate organic forms, particularly flowers and plants. Her designs are often very complex, requiring many hours, days, or weeks to produce.
Nora had the idea for this wrist piece while at college, however, it was not until 3D printing technology evolved, that she had the means to produce the framework for this delicate spiral design.
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