The catalog "The Sound of Matter" links two things: contemporary jewelry and Japanese art. Wood carvings have been known in Japan since the 9th century. Until the 17th century, printing using wood panels was a convenient way to restore and multiply written (mostly religious) texts.
And what unites jewelry and Japanese ukio-ed engravings? It is open to nuances and details, sophistication, subtlety, aesthetic cleanliness and harmony. The publication presents the exclusive collection of Japanese wood engravings stored in the collections of the "Dawn" museum. The main and unifying idea of the catalogue is nature, naturalness, aesthetics. The publication is relevant for those interested in modern jewelry, and for those who admire Japanese culture.
The catalogue "The Sound of Matter" is also intriguing in its form – here you will find two parts, as if two separate books, and in one they also a workport that can be used to frame the engraving you like.