The collection, which explores how sound and matter interact, is on display at the Design Museum Holon in Israel

Using the metal mesh of loudspeakers as the centerpiece of her latest collection, jewelry artist Dana Hakim Bercovich is making a statement about the relationship between sound and material objects and how those distinct elements can interact.

The pieces are on display at an exhibition, called Sound and Matter in Design, at the Design Museum Holon in Israel. It features necklaces, earrings, brooches and bracelets that have been transformed by the artist from speaker mesh into beautiful works of art. Visitors to the museum can observe the pieces while listening to an accompanying soundtrack, which was recorded in Bercovich’s studio and features the sounds of hammering, wire cutting and other tasks.

Her jewelry is available for sale in art galleries in the U.S., the Netherlands, Germany and China, and prices range from $800 to $5,000.

Dana Hakim Bercovich

Using the metal mesh of loudspeakers as the centerpiece of her latest collection, jewelry artist Dana Hakim Bercovich is making a statement about the relationship between sound and material objects and how those distinct elements can interact.

The pieces are on display at an exhibition, called Sound and Matter in Design, at the Design Museum Holon in Israel. It features necklaces, earrings, brooches and bracelets that have been transformed by the artist from speaker mesh into beautiful works of art. Visitors to the museum can observe the pieces while listening to an accompanying soundtrack, which was recorded in Bercovich’s studio and features the sounds of hammering, wire cutting and other tasks.