Hadas Levin, Jewelry artist & designer, lives and works in Tel-Aviv. Graduated the Jewelry & Metalsmith department from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem in 1990, continued her Master Studies in Art History and later in Middle Eastern Studies at the Tel-Aviv University. Her work is shown in various exhibitions worldwide.
“Road Marks” brooches
Black steel – sintering process.
The objects are hollow forms made of Black Steel. The Metal shell defines a random inner sphere. The perforated surface of the metal shell enables a constant flow of air, of light, of sound, of matter and water. The constant flow is creating an ongoing random change. Through the many holes, the viewer can see through the transparent spheres. Looking through the variety of holes allows the viewer to observe the spheres through different points of view. While observing the spheres and moving the objects the viewer is enhancing the movement allowing the ongoing flow of a random change. The constant flow of change wishes to intrigue the flow of thought and invite the observant viewer for a dialog and a closer look.