Blanche Tilden and Erin Hinton 
Blurred Architecture 1 (pendant) 2021
waterjet cut, coldworked and flameworked borosilicate glass, sterling silver, anodised titanium, rare earth magnets
Reproduced courtesy of the artists and Gallery Funaki, Melbourne
Photographer: Andrew Curtis
© Blanche Tilden and Erin Hinton

Blanche Tilden and Erin Hinton 
Blurred Architecture 1 (pendant) 2021
waterjet cut, coldworked and flameworked borosilicate glass, sterling silver, anodised titanium, rare earth magnets
Reproduced courtesy of the artists and Gallery Funaki, Melbourne
Photographer: Andrew Curtis
© Blanche Tilden and Erin Hinton


Blurred Architecture collaboration


Blanche Tilden  (designer and maker)
born Australia, 1968

 

Erin Hinton (designer)
born Australia, 1980

Blurred Architecture 1 (pendant) 2021
waterjet cut, coldworked and flameworked borosilicate glass, sterling silver, anodised titanium, rare earth magnets
Courtesy of the artists and Gallery Funaki, Melbourne

 

The collaboration between Hinton the architect and Tilden the jeweller addresses scale. Both collaborators considered the macro scale of buildings and the micro scale of brooches, blurring the lines between architecture and jewellery using digital representation, 3D printing, waterjet cutting and hand making to realise shared ideas in a suite of drawings and brooches originally exhibited as part of Glass X Design, Canberra Glassworks, 2014.