since Oct. 2017: Designer at Plum Design, Neuss
2016 – 2017: Research Fellow at University of Applied Science Düsseldorf,
2013 – 2015: University of Applied Science Düsseldorf: Applied Art and Design: MA of Arts
2009 – 2013 University of Applied Science Düsseldorf: Applied Art and Design: BA of Arts
2006 – 2009 Goldschmiede- mit Uhrmacherschule Pforzheim
Degree: state certified Designerin for Jewellery and Object
In her work Karin Maisch focuses on experimenting ways to transform flat abstract graphics to wearable haptic objects, exploring the edge between two dimensional patterns and three dimensional units, derived from fragments of them.
Her research is driven by a fascination in all graphical structures.
The graphic’s high grade of abstractness allows for each individual spectat
or to find their own, personal imagination in it.
Dots and Lines:
Not easy to wear (brooch/stud)
Ein mal rum (studs)
Material: blackened silver and steel
LOOK BEYOND. Journey into the essence of the jewel: the project leads the inspiration to become shape and matter.
Inspiration comes to us every second: impressions feed our creativity. Preferences and fascination select these input. The brain processes it to our personal style.
Computers process images of real shape, by transforming it into a grid of dots and lines defining fields of triangular shapes, as an essence of the original image.
Dots and Lines incorporates with this two ideas. Daily inspiration are translated in a rhytthm of dots and lines, decoding the essence of the jewel.