Three brooches ‘Marion and Walter Burley Griffin Reverberatory Incinerator Series’, 2004 - 2005.

Made by Nicol, Rohan in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, 2004 - 2005.

Rohan Nicol is an emerging Australian jeweller, with a degree from Canberra School of Arts. Rohan undertook a curatorial mentorship with JamFactory-Contemporary Craft and Design in Adelaide in 2001, had a twelve month residency with Object studios in Pyrmont in 1998-1999 and worked with Robert Foster on product development with the Fink & Co production range from 1997-1998. Rohan is currently Technical Officer with the jewellery course at Charles Sturt University and since 1998 has maintained a ...

Summary

2005/181/1
Brooches (3), 'Marion and Walter Burley Griffin Reverberatory Incinerator Series', bone / metal, designed and made by Rohan Nicol, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia, 2004 - 2005

A collection of three brooches carved from bone and each mounted on a metal base plate with pin. Each brooch represents a different view of the demolished Marion and Walter Burley Griffin designed industrial incinerator in Pyrmont, Sydney, with a long vertical form intersecting low horizontal forms to represent the incinerator chimney and parts of the building.

Production

This series of brooches (3) was created by Rohan Nicol for the exhibition 'Paradise, Purgatory and Hellhole: a history of Pyrmont and Ultimo. They are made from animal leg bone and have pins for attachment on the back. In his earlier works Rohan has used a variety of industrial techniques such as stamping and anodising as well as varied materials in fluid metal forms.
Nicol, Rohan 2004 - 2005
Nicol, Rohan

Source

Purchased with funds from the Yasuko Myer Bequest, 2005
21 July, 2005

Cite this Object

Three brooches 'Marion and Walter Burley Griffin Reverberatory Incinerator Series', 2004 - 2005. 2016, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 24 November 2017, <https://ma.as/351818>
{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/351818 |title=Three brooches 'Marion and Walter Burley Griffin Reverberatory Incinerator Series', 2004 - 2005. |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=24 November 2017 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}
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