Liberty studied MA Designer & Maker at Camberwell College of Arts. She spends most of her time in the casting foundry at College. Reproducing 3D printed jewellery into different types of metals. During the pandemic she worked independently in her studio creating pieces that communicate her thoughts around this year’s theme.
Surrealism emerged during the roaring twenties period. Collages containing broken limbs or body parts create bizarre visual effects. The majority of surreal artworks were inspired by the negative consequences and the impact of the First World War. We are currently fighting against this invisible COVID war, which is similar to the period when Surrealism started. This bracelet creates optical illusion for wearers, brings up conversations around war and peace.