Identity

COMPETITION : IDENTITY

Handmade Oxford and the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford are proud to present the competition Identity.

The winner of Identity art and design competition has been announced!

Works on the theme of personal identity and self-expression were invited and the submissions are in and the winner has been chosen from the final shortlist.

The 24 shortlisted works are now on show at the Ashmolean Museum until 16 June, and the winner of both the judges panel and the public vote was announced at the Ashmolean on 13 June  2019.

All items are for sale at the Ashmolean shop online.

Chosen by a panel of judges: Emma Bridgewater, designer, Matthew Winterbottom, Senior Curator of Sculpture and the Decorative Arts, Ashmolean and Shirley Jackson, Commercial Director, Ashmolean is: ShadeVolume, by Merel Karhof and Marc Trotereau.

 

ShadeVolume, Marc and Merel

ShadeVolume, Marc and Merel

The public voted in their thousands via Zealous, the online submissions portal, for their favourite piece, and the winner is: Wandering, Jaeeun Kim.

 

Wandering, Jaeeun Kim

 

The winners work and the work of the finalists will be at the Ashmolean Museum until Sunday 16th June, and then move online at the Ashmolean before moving to Handmade Oxford, the International Contemporary Arts Festival on 27 June 2019.

The exhibition moves to Handmade Oxford at Waterperry Gardens on 27 June.

All items are for sale. They can be bought via the Ashmolean online shop until they move to Handmade Oxford on 27 June, when they can be purchased there.

The finalists are: 

 

Adornment, Abigail Wills

Adornment, Abigail Wills

 

Alina's Letter, Marta Valls

Alina’s Letter, Marta Valls

 

Ambulante, Rekha Sameer

Ambulante, Rekha Sameer

 

Anemone, Mayumi Kaneko

 

Branches, Su Jung Jang

Branches, Su Jung Jang

 

C01_R1, Kate McLaughlin

C01_R1, Kate McLaughlin

 

Cherry Blossom, Necklace and Earrings, Yuki Kokai

Cherry Blossom, Necklace and Earrings, Yuki Kokai

 

Confetti Head, Kathryn Croxson

Confetti Head, Kathryn Croxson

 

Fire & Earth Torque, Roberta Pederzoli

Fire & Earth Torque, Roberta Pederzoli

 

'Head Case', Phantom of Ego/Armour series, NC Qin

‘Head Case’, Phantom of Ego/Armour series, NC Qin

 

How Localism Can Be A Sustainable Solution, Nastassia Ramazankhani

How Localism Can Be A Sustainable Solution, Nastassia Ramazankhani

 

Japanese Lake, Penny Leaver Green

Japanese Lake, Penny Leaver Green

 

Morphus V, Gizella K Warburton

Morphus V, Gizella K Warburton

 

My Land - My Hills, Pascale Rentsch

My Land – My Hills, Pascale Rentsch

 

Petra, Sarah Hill

Petra, Sarah Hill

 

Quenching the Coke: Redcar Steelworks, Stephen Empson

Quenching the Coke: Redcar Steelworks, Stephen Empson

 

Senses of Place, Marissa Ziesing

Senses of Place, Marissa Ziesing

 

Signa Vitae Specimens, Carolyn  Basing

Signa Vitae Specimens, Carolyn  Basing

 

Stolen Hearts, The Masons

Stolen Hearts, The Masons

 

Sunrise, Sophie  Darling

Sunrise, Sophie  Darling

 

The Struie, Emma Nightingale

The Struie, Emma Nightingale

 

Tree Of Life II, Archana Pathak

Tree Of Life II, Archana Pathak

 

PRIZES:

The winner  chosen by the judging panel will receive a further opportunity to display their work at the Ashmolean Museum, lunch for two in the Rooftop Restaurant, a pair of tickets to the ‘Last Supper in Pompeii’ exhibition, and £700 towards the cost of a stand at a future Handmade in Britain event.
The winner of the public vote will receive £700 towards the cost of a stand at a future Handmade in Britain event.

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