figment

figment

WHEN CASEY PEREZ BEGAN DESIGNING “FIGMENT,” she returned to an old childhood habit: compulsory, obsessive mark making on paper. Filling up pages with gestural arabesques, the hand explores line and curvature as the simplest form of capturing kinesthetic expression.
This exploration finds its roots in Modernist inquiry, from Calder’s dimensional wire mobiles to Sophie Tauber’s “Ligne” series. “Figment” playfully imagines jewelry as a cascade of rhythmic forms and an extension of the body in motion.