Twitter | Search | |
Jasmine Pradissitto
creating you can touch & installations new & recycled materials Inspired by nature & ethics of progress rep
7,821
Tweets
3,740
Following
5,218
Followers
Tweets
Jasmine Pradissitto Mar 17
‘Canopy’...a piece I have been working on for an interior over a long time in plastic And metal...To see the edges of leafs so bright... or lie under a rustling canopy whilst we…
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto Mar 14
Love it when a plan a long time in the making comes together🌟. Here with ‘breathe’ at Roan metal Fabricators working on the nox absorbing sculpture to be placed in London later this year…
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto Mar 10
‘I don’t want to live in a world without butterflies’...different view ...60x60cm light sculpture in new and discarded plastics...
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto Mar 10
‘I don’t want to live in a world without butterflies’...60x60cm light sculpture in new and discarded plastics...
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto Mar 5
It’s an interesting thought and I am a great believer that machines could elevate us and bring out our best. Not in competition but in parallel.
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto Mar 3
The wonderful thing about collaboration is learning about completely unrelated things to your practice and then joining the dots. On 11th June at a symposium , I am presenting art work…
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto retweeted
MTArt Agency Feb 25
🦋 Inspiring people to design a better world is specifically what drives our artists. I am happy to announce that our artist partnered up with Carrie Jenkinson to create this out of recycled plastic. Modelled by the dearest
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto Feb 25
Such an important project jenkinsonmillineryavd I have collaborated on Because of presenting a catastrophic decline in the numbers of butterflies and insects that…
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto Feb 18
“Death consists, indeed, in a repeated process of unrobing, or unsheathing. The immortal part of man shakes off from itself, one after the other, its outer casings, and - as the snake…
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto Feb 18
Delighted to share this article. It’s only by making global issues Personal that we can perhaps feel we can change them.’ Why the search for a ‘Brave New World’ is to be found in your back yard - Interalia Magazine
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto Feb 10
Dreaming of Schrodinger’s cat is about the future of human machine interfacing. we are already part cyborg being attached to our phones. ideas for animating my sculptures as so much of our world now is through screen
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto Feb 9
Dreaming of Schrodinger’s cat is about the future of human machine interfacing. With our bodies...we are already part cyborg being attached to our phones as we are....My work is so much…
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto Feb 3
As one of my current projects, working in collaboration on a hat in plastics with for Ascot. Fashion is one of the most unsustainable industries after oil but by making a hat…
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto Jan 29
Like the maelstrom of leaves that swirl up from the ground in autumn... nature never ceases to inspire me....a large commission I have been working on for a while in metal and plastic…
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto Jan 27
Writing an article for Interalia magazine on ‘The brave new world aesthetic’ and my search for an ethics of progress.... here with ‘tree of life’ in metals And mesh and a quote by one of…
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto Jan 25
Delighted to share I have started a collaboration with prize winning Millener on a hat involving both natural materials and my plastic sculptures to be unveiled later in the…
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto Jan 21
As a physicist I not only measured colour as a job for a while, but my doctorate research involved lasers and optics... i now have come full circle through so many artistic processes but…
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto retweeted
Lucky Jan 19
Frankly I’m just disappointed . The event Was not what I payed for 1 The tournament was played in public games 2 I was freezing because we were practically outside 3 it was advertised that customs would be played this is disgraceful.
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto retweeted
Onedome Global Jan 15
Sculptor and physicist offers a powerful reminder that things we take for granted, won't always be here. See the full interview
Reply Retweet Like
Jasmine Pradissitto Jan 15
Last year one of my highlights was working with and AR in the ‘Unreal Garden’ which is building awareness of deep And turning the ‘me to we’
Reply Retweet Like