Through a selection the work by R Bernabei was chosen to feature in the following book: Narrative Jewelry by M Fenn. Her piece of jewellery is one of the pieces made during the two participatory projects with community in Leicestershire in 2016. The first project was 'Loughborough Jewels' with local community. Its aim was to imbue participants' memories in wearable artifacts. The project was commissioned by RADAR arts centre and supported by Charnwood Arts centre. The second project was with elderly participants at Cedar Home care in Rothley. In this investigation the emotionally and mnemonic jewellery was introduced to explore possibilities for jewellery to act an an aid for well-being.
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CitationBERNABEI, R., 2017. Roberta Bernabei, Father and Son. IN: Fenn, M. Narrative Jewelry: tales from the toolbox. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing, pp.31-31.
PublisherSchiffer Publishing © Mark Fenn
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NotesThis work appears here with the permission of the publisher. This piece is part of Mnemonic and emotionally charged jewellery: participatory projects with community in Leicestershire 2016. The credits for the cover page are as follows: Maker: Dauvit Alexander Title of Work: Blood will have Blood: The Macbeth Brooch Materials: Assorted materials Size: Approx. 70mm x 85mm x 22mm Image Credit: Dauvit Alexander. Image courtesy of Andrew Neilson/Neilson Photography.
Locationartefact published on the following book: Narrative Jewelry