1. (ornithomancy) to touch a very old law. brooch. oxided silver, painted silver, stone, pearls, gold
2. (ornithomancy) to notice the lenght of the trill brooch. polymer clay, plated silver, painted silver, casing of watch, pearls
3. (ornithomancy) to see clearly. brooch. polymer clay, coral, silver, painted silver
4. (ornithomancy) to put fragments together, to follow embroidering and to make a shelter. brooch. polymer clay, iron, painted silver
5. (ornithomancy) the double root. necklace. polymer clay, pearls, silver
6. (ornithomancy) canefora. brooch. oxided silver, brass, stone,pearls
7. (ornithomancy) fertile territory. brooch. plastic, coral, painted silver
8. (ornithomancy) double aureole. brooch. silver, painted silver, mother-of-pearl, rutiled quartz
9. (ornithomancy) inner landsacape. brooch. silver, polymer clay, glass, gold
A collection of brooches and pendants. Bliss-à-bliss, 2005
Certain situations where the fact of facing something absolutely heady, facing a new state which is felt newer because it doesn’t have a name yet. This is what make us shaking.
Certain images from a dialogue made out of very short moments, brief moments between several parts.
Certain fragments that unexpectedly meet together in the same place and try to make sense like that who tries to remember the forgotten lyrics of that song.
Gemma Draper, Spring 2005