Artist: Cara Lowe

Some 3D printed boxes with geometric jewellery.

BA Silversmithing & Jewellery
Glasgow School of Art

Cara is a jeweller.

Cara’s practice explores the relationship between the digital and the physical worlds. She creates jewellery from a renewable bio-plastic sourced from natural plant sugars and uses digital processes, including 3D printing, to produce her work. Taking inspiration from retrofuturism (a past vision of the future), digital nostalgia, retro video gaming consoles and toys, her practice explores ideas of play, joy and the escapism that technology can offer. For her final major project, Cara produced a collection of customisable, interactive jewellery combining play, movement and a neon colour palette that can be adapted and re-constructed by the individual wearer.

A woman looks at a box, it is glowing in the ultra violet light.
A 3D printed box and a selection of 3D jewellery.
4 stacked small plastic jewellery boxes.
A model wears geometric neon jewellery.

In:Site 2022

Cara is one of 20 artists who were selected to show their work at In:Site 2022. The event will take place in spring 2022.
Find out more about the other artists.

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