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Kathryn Hinton Applied Art
I create tableware which connect through their different functions.
 
Education:
2006- 2008 Royal College of Art, MA Goldsmithing, silversmithing, metalwork and Jewellery2003- 2004 Bishopsland Workshop, South Oxfordshire2000- 2003 First Class BA(Hons) Goldsmithing, Silversmithing and Jewellery Design, Kent institute of Art and Design
 
Awards:
2008 Award for silverware, The Worshipful Company of Armourers and Brasiers
2008 Best in Silver, Theo Fennell Award
2007 Silversmithing Bursary, Worshipful Company of goldsmiths’
2005 Commendation in Worshipful Company of goldsmiths Craftsmanship and Design Awards.
 
Group Exhibitions:
2008 Show RCA, Royal College of Art degree show
2008 Association British Designer Silversmiths, Connect Exhibition, QUEST Gallery, Bath
2008 Siamo Qui -We Are Here, Le Pagliere di Porta Romana, Florence
2007 Association British Designer Silversmiths, Connect Exhibition, Birmingham
2007 Association British Designer Silversmiths TEN, The 10th Anniversary Exhibition, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
2003 New designers, Business Design Centre, London
2005 Collect, Victoria and Albert Museum
2004 Collect, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
 
Artist's Statement:
The tableware I make is inspired by components and interconnecting units. My research currently looks at the role of cutlery in different table settings with emphasis on their function as connecting elements. I am creating diverse collections of flatware which translate the different aspects of my concept. The pieces have an individual aesthetic, which change into new forms when they playfully interact with each other. The pieces come together through the writing shown on the tines of the fork and where it has been, leaving a mark. Another concept can be seen through the exhausted cutlery which flops over a plate or surface to interact with the tableware.
 
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