Universal Declaration of Human Limits

The necklace has been constructed as a slave chain to discuss the form and use of jewelry and also emphasize the heaviness and discomfort of the limits.

In every frame (does not matter which type, frames are typical version of limiting) there have been inserted real visas of mine. Visas to cross the borders that we have created…

Human limits by Sezen Tulgarer

Human limits by Sezen Tulgarer (front)

At the back of the necklace there have been placed a typical version of residence permit, passport’s stamps to enter and exit for a country as other examples of limitation of freedom of travel and residence.

Human limits by Sezen Tulgarer (back)

Human limits by Sezen Tulgarer (back)

Finally at the back side of the last frame it has been inserted articles from “the Universal Declaration of Human Rights” to remind ourselves who we are and what we have without question.

with love from Milano,

Sezen

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Recent works- Hand engraving

Incisione-Noname by Sezen Tulgarer

Incisione-Noname by Sezen Tulgarer

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RINASCIMENTO / RE-BIRTH

Rinascimento “Re-birth” project rised from the idea of Renaissance (Rinascimento) itself and my personal renaissance “re-birth”, both started in Florence…

“Phoenix”

Whatever they may say, I am burning today, with the fire I started to be reborn.*

                                                          *E.Cansever Phoenix

Phoenix by Sezen Tulgarer

Phoenix by Sezen Tulgarer

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Cherry Blossoms Earrings

The beauty and the fragility of life, cherry blossoms..

Cherry Blossoms Earrings by Sezen Tulgarer

Cherry Blossoms Earrings by Sezen Tulgarer

with love, from Florence..

Sezen

Recycling Jewelry

Our jewellery making story will be more fun at this time! Here we have some old (still beautiful) jewellery that we do not want to use anymore and we have no mercy!

Recycling Jewelry by Sezen Tulgarer

Recycling Jewelry by Sezen Tulgarer

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SHADOW SCREEN / KARAGOZ & HACIVAT

Karagoz & Hacivat Inspiration

“Karagöz (meaning blackeye in Turkish) and Hacivat ( shortened in time from “Hacı İvaz” ) are the lead characters of the traditional Turkish shadow play. The central theme of the plays are the contrasting interaction between the two main characters. They are perfect foils of each other: Karagöz represents the illiterate but straightforward public, whereas Hacivat belongs to the educated class, speaking Ottoman Turkish and using a poetical and literary language. Although Karagöz has definitely been intended to be the more popular character with the Turkish peasantry, Hacivat is always the one with a level head…” 

Shadow Screen, Silver Necklace

Shadow Screen

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