After his studies at the Technical School of of Silversmithing and Goldsmithing Techniques in Athens Greece, Konstantinos worked for years in various jewelry workshops. It took him a long time for the next step, his own workshop. Driven by his passion for jewelry, Konstantinos is experimenting mainly with metal. But what if a traditional metalsmith “abandones” metal and starts working with other materials? Is this transition easy and does he/she need to use different tools and machinery? Following his love for jewelry, Konstantinos is constantly trying to prove that there must not be “limits and labels” on creators. Devoted to his principles of simplicity and minimalism, his designs are statements of what “jewelry-creation” means to him: symbols of personal meaning.
16/12/2019 - 18/12/2019
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We often let ourselves swept away by sounds of music, singing or dancing. And very often, we discover that inspiration is closer than we think. And in this case it was Bolero, a one-movement orchestral piece by the French composer Maurice Ravel, that triggered me to compose a one-movement pieces that follow the rhythm, the pianissimo and fortissimo of the melody, the emergence and the dive of each musical instrument, until the end, where all instruments come together for the final accompaniment. A real depiction of human emotions, with ups and downs and at the very end, the revelation.