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OLD GOLD

Artist
Kara Hamilton
Date
2016
Publisher
Kara Hamilton
Format
Catalogues
Size
21 × 27 × 1 cm
Length
152 pgs
Genre
Jewellery
Description

“Why should I worry about the money? The money is always around to be had. The main thing is to have an idea. A plausible idea which can be dressed up and sold.” — Charles Ponzi

Old Gold presents jewelry by Kara Hamilton in the form of a supposed auction catalog, as interpreted by artists Angie Keefer, who composed the texts, and David Reinfurt, who designed the book.

Kara Hamilton works in a variety of mediums, referring to her practice as critical decoration. Ornament as language and language as ornament. Recent works include site specific furniture and wallpaper, as well as jewelry.

Perfect-bound, softcover, B&W and colour.

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