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An unreliable guidebook to jewellery by Lisa Walker Lisa Walker, 2019. Edited by Kate Rhodes and Nella Themelios.
472 pages, softcover, 19 x 13cm
$48 | ENQUIRE

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An unreliable guidebook to jewellery by Lisa Walker Lisa Walker, 2019. Edited by Kate Rhodes and Nella Themelios.
472 pages, softcover, 19 x 13cm
$48 | ENQUIRE

An unreliable guidebook to jewellery by Lisa Walker

Edited by Kate Rhodes and Nella Themelios, An unreliable guidebook to jewellery by Lisa Walker accompanies the retrospective exhibition Lisa Walker: “She wants to go to her bedroom but she can’t be bothered” at RMIT Design Hub Gallery, Melbourne, which showed form January 29 to May 4, 2019.  This volume considers how the work of New Zealand jeweller Lisa Walker can be thought of as a career-length conversation with the question ‘What is jewellery?’. In doing so it foregrounds the act of asking questions and the pleasure and importance of the ‘as yet understood’. The narratives that emerge within this book offer an open ended reflection on Walker’s work, moving across different time periods, going off on tangents but returning to the many concerns of the field in which she has so firmly embedded herself. Graphic Design by Ziga Testen and Kim Mumm Hansen.

472 pages, softcover, 19 x 13cm
Publisher: RMIT Design Hub
ISBN 9780648402220