The accumulation

Accumulate to create your own language... This technique has always crossed the history of art, filling the eye to satisfy the mind, trying to capture the climax, amassing in a more or less orderly but always excessive way. In this eminently generous approach, the "too much" constitutes the beginning of an imagination. Gommringer accumulates typographical words, Haack the crucifixes, J.L. Parant the stones, Ai Weiwei the bicycles, César the magazines, Kawamata the wooden crates...

Architects also explore urban accumulation, as witnessed by the media library in Angoulême or the Viennese Hundertwasserhaus by the eponymous painter inspired by Gaudi. We also think of the world of design, with Richard Hutten and Droog Design or the Campana brothers who accumulated materials from the favelas to make foundations, offering a new grace through bitterness. By allowing the construction of its own accumulation of worn objects, le grammeproposes to each one to elaborate its own poetry of forms in the course of a unique construction.
"In this eminently generous approach, the "too much" is the beginning of an imagination. »
"Nothing was ever so beautiful, so nimble, so bright, so orderly... The trumpets, the fifes, the oboes, the drums, the cannons formed a harmony such as there never was in hell". Like other authors, Voltaire used accumulation, using terms belonging to the same category to amplify his point. slick polishedThe terms used in the book are: slick brushedpyramid, guilloche, pyramid, vertical, horizontal, perforated, cables... 1g, 3g, 7g, 9g, 15g, 21g, 33g, 41g, 67g, 107g. le grammelists in turn the elements of a creative project imagined to be reinvented by all at the whim of each identity.
"Nothing was ever so beautiful, so nimble, so bright, so orderly... The trumpets, the fife, the oboes, the drums, the cannons formed a harmony such as there never was in hell" "
An accumulation of bracelets or rings le grammeeventually leads to the creation of a new language, each object becoming part of a personal message, like the exquisite corpses initiated by the surrealists Prévert and Tanguy who explored the unconscious by matching subject, verb and complement before graphic arts became involved.

With its 30 collections of bracelets and 18 collections of rings, it is more than 285 objects worn in 925 Sterling Silver and 750 Gold that le grammeoffers an infinite field of possibilities to those who lend themselves to the game of accumulation.
"An accumulation of bracelets or rings le grammeultimately amounts to the creation of a new language, each object becoming part of a personal message,... »
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