Future of the Anthropocene

Pennie Jagiello is an accomplished Melbourne based contemporary jeweller who recently completed a Masters in Fine Art at RMIT, titled: 'Remains to be seen, worn and heard: an inquiry into anthropogenic debris investigated through contemporary jewellery objects'.

Her ongoing research investigates the objects we use & discard, and the environmental consequences of unsustainable practices. Her masters body of work was constructed entirely from anthropogenic debris collected from beaches and coastal environs across Victoria, New South Wales & the Pilbara.

Pennie was a finalist in the 2017 Victorian Craft Award, and recently selected for a residency with Form Gallery in Western Australia, enabling her to visit the Pilbara between 2014- 16. Her works have been exhibited nationally at selected Australian galleries, as well as showing in alternative art spaces. Pennie is a short course lecturer in the school of Fashion and Textiles at RMIT, as well as a guest lecturer in the School of Art. 

Please join us for Opening night on the 4th October 5.30pm till 7.30pm.

The exhibition runs until Wednesday the 17th of October 2018.

Courtesy of the Artist, Shop 122 & 124, Level 2, The Strand Arcade. 

Part of Sydney Craft Week. For more information click here. 

 Images by Screaming Pixels courtesy of Form, WA.