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“When the Japanese mend broken objects they aggrandize the damage by filling the cracks with gold, because they believe that when something's suffered damage and has a history it becomes more beautiful.”  -Barbara Bloom

Kintsugi: au Japon, lorsqu'un vase est cassé, on ne le jette pas. on le recolle avec de l'or... Plus

kintsugi~the Japanese art of repairing that which is broken with gold

Kintsugi-golden joinery-Réparer-Donner un éclat-Réhabiliter-Réutilisation d'un bol brisé en lui ajoutant une surface doré pour le recollé et lui apporter une touche colorée. Ce principe proviens d'une technique japonaise appelée " maki-e"

The Japanese art of kintsugi turns brokenness into beauty. The method of repair, using golden seams to rejoin shards, draws the eye to the what was once a point of failure and is now a more beautiful whole. Having spent the past several months deeply imbedded in the issues around social care provider failure, I think there are some clear parallels. Councils that have experienced a problem with care providers have often come out stronger, with more robust procedures...

The Japanese art of kintsugi turns brokenness into beauty. The method of repair, using golden seams to rejoin shards, draws the eye to the what was once a point of failure and is now a more beautiful whole. Having spent the past several months deeply imbedded in the issues around social care provider failure, I think there are some clear parallels. Councils that have experienced a problem with care providers have often come out stronger, with more robust procedures...

The Art of Broken Pieces

The Art of Broken Pieces

Le Kintsugi (ou kintsukuroi) est une méthode japonaise de réparation de céramiques cassées avec une laque spéciale mélangée avec de l’or, de l’argent ou du platine.

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