Clubbing Through the Ages
DJCAD, University of Dundee
A work placement in the design studio at Tatty Devine & a piece of Tatty Devine jewellery (up to a value of £150).
Molly’s work is full of joy, colour and self-expression. It is both personal and collaborative and starts conversation.
To create exciting, relevant jewellery which inspires joy and self expression.
‘Remembering thick smoke, loud music, friendships, and dancing brings you back to your youth. Feeling the connection between people and telling illicit stories is what keeps these memories alive. This is why my aim is to create pieces which act as memorabilia for the generation before me, and my generation in the future. My work is inspired by the differences and similarities between clubbing culture now, and clubbing culture in the 90’s and early 00’s. I produce pieces which tell peoples’ stories, particularly through text, photography, and colour, and I use elements of the photography to inspire shape and form. The techniques I use include powder coating, enamel decals and electronics.’