Sarah Enoch, Lunaceae, necklace, Polyethylene, silver, 2018
Sarah Enoch, Lunaceae, necklace, Polyethylene, silver, 2018

Sarah Enoch, Ginkgoaceae, necklace, Polyethylene, silver, 2018
Sarah Enoch, Lunaceae, necklace, Polyethylene, silver, 2018

Over the years, while working on thermoplastics like polyethylene (pe), Sarah Enoch developed a unique technique that became the basis for her research into form, colour and composition. She takes her inspiration from nature: botanic shapes, landscapes and phenomena like twilight and moonlight. Each polyethylene form of Sarah’s new collection of necklaces was made separately. She starts by arranging coloured PE-granules and threads into a kind of mini-collage. By heating and pressing these collages, they merge into separate, very light and flexible forms. Attached to a silver chain, these forms (each piece can consist of about 150 forms) become a beautiful, sumptuous necklace.