Noon Passama
1983Born in Bangkok, Thailand
2000–2005Industrial Design, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok
2007–2010Jewelry Design, Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam
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Noon Passama

The idea for Noon Passama’s Extra Button series of brooches is based on a mass-produced batch which conveys a particular message. Since 2008, this jewelry artist from Thailand has been experimenting with a variety of shapes and materials for this series, creating various types of buttons that symbolize different personalities. Later works have been developed in collaboration with the Capara fashion label for its Spring/ Summer 2012 collection entitled Favorite Dreams. Passama was inspired by, amongst others, artist Erwin Wurm. Using key words such as color, texture and detail as a starting point, she transformed classic basic shapes, combined the well-known with the unknown or united two contrasting characteristics in one piece of jewelry. The pieces’ shapes are enhanced by their surprising dimensions, thus attracting even more attention from the viewer.

Represented by

  • Germany
      • Oona Galerie für Schmuck

        Gallery/Shop
        Oona Galerie für Schmuck
        AddressAuguststraße 26
        10117 Berlin
        Germany
        Phone+49 (0)30 28 045 905
        Emailinfo@oona-galerie.de
        TimesTue–Fri 2–6 pm
        Sat 1–6 pm

        ART AUREA available
        Website
        Map
  • Netherlands
      • Galerie Ra Paul Derrez

        Gallery/Shop
        Galerie Ra Paul Derrez
        AddressNES 120
        1012 KE Amsterdam
        Netherlands
        Phone+31 (0)20 6265100
        Emailmail(at)galerie-ra.nl
        TimesTuesday–Saturday 12 noon–6 p.m.

        ART AUREA available
        Website
        Map
  • Thailand
      • Atta Gallery

        Gallery/Shop
        Atta Gallery Bangkok
        AddressO.P. Garden, Unit 1109, Charoengkrung 36
        10500 Bangrak, Bangkok Thailand
        Phone+662(0)238 64 22
        Emailinfo(at)attagallery.com
        TimesTuesday–Thursday 1 p.m.–8 p.m.
        Friday 1 p.m.–4 p.m.
        Sunday 1 p.m.–6 p.m.
        appointments upon arrangement
        Website
        Map