This exhibition asks makers to Imagine a world where our finite resources have reached exhaustion and aks how this would  impact notions of what is precious.


Our consciousness today is more focused on taking care of what we have; concepts like “Re use, reduce and recycle” are more likely to be used instead of the idea of “The disposable”.

We have in mind that natural resources are scarce and we are contaminating the planet with our waste and the only way that we can continue living on this planet is to look after what we already have, thereby, the concept of transformed, comes to live, when re using a wasted material, changing its purpose of what was used before and transforming in it into a new object, with a new use.

The artwork is called “Transformable brooch“. A brooch made with the residual acrylic pieces and sterling silver, of a previous artwork.

The main idea is a brooch that is able to be transformed with different components (acrylic) and connections (silver) and can build, a new wearable jewellery – a necklace, a pair of earrings or both. A brooch that has the liberty and flexibility to be adapted by yourself and be worn as you like.

About the Author:

Francisca Goldsmith Rendic is and has showrooms in Sydney CBD. Near Queen Victoria Building. 弗朗西斯卡的高士Rendic是在悉尼CBD的陳列室。維多利亞女王大廈附近。 Francisca Rendic es Orfebre y cuenta con showroom en Sydney, CBD. Cerca de Queen Victoria Building. فرانسيسكا غولدسميث Rendic هو ولديه صالات العرض في سيدني. بالقرب من مبنى الملكة فيكتوريا. Francisca Goldsmith Rendic é e tem showrooms em Sydney CBD. Perto de Queen Victoria Building.