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brsg Keramik debuts at DMY Berlin

At DMY Berlin, Elizaveta Barsegova took the opportunity to launch a new ceramic design brand, brsg Keramik, with a jewelry collection.

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Text by Ray Hu

Now in its 14th edition, DMY Berlin took over Kraftwerk Berlin for four days last week. Elizaveta Barsegova took the opportunity to launch a new ceramic design brand, brsg Keramik, with a jewelry collection. Taking the title “Water on Sand” from her source of inspiration, Barsegova crafts each piece by hand in her Berlin studio, in a three-week process of glazing and firing.

Labor-intensive though the process may be, the “Water on Sand” collection is intended to offer a moment of respite in our busy everyday lives. The necklaces symbolize the sensation of stepping into the ocean, encapsulating this sublime experience in wearable works of art.

Barsegova worked with photographer Nailya Bikmurzina to capture the essence of the collection, to portray the duality of the everyday hustle and moments of reflection.

brsg Keramik (photo by Nailya Bikmurzina)
brsg Keramik (photo by Nailya Bikmurzina)
brsg Keramik (photo by Nailya Bikmurzina)
brsg Keramik (photo by Nailya Bikmurzina)
brsg Keramik (photo by Nailya Bikmurzina)
brsg Keramik (photo by Nailya Bikmurzina)
brsg Keramik (photo by Nailya Bikmurzina)
brsg Keramik (photo by Nailya Bikmurzina)
brsg Keramik (photo by Nailya Bikmurzina)
brsg Keramik (photo by Nailya Bikmurzina)

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