Born in Switzerland in 1992, Sarah Scheder graduated from High School in Lausanne. Then she went through the art field, studying for one year History and Esthetics of Cinema at the University of Lausanne. Afterwards, her interest in ceramics grew up and she began studying at the School of Ceramics of the Centre d’enseignement professionnel de Vevey CEPV in 2013. She is always looking for new materials to create an esoteric world inspired by ethnic traditions and contemporary technologies. In 2015, she was part of the “Humus & Porcelain Project”, a collective work that was presented by the CEPV at the Ventura Lambrate, a curated exhibition that presents the latest developments at the forefront of contemporary design, during the Salone del Mobile/ Fuorisalone of Milan, in Italy. In 2016, she took part in the exhibition “7 A T” (a wordplay for set à thé, meaning tea set in French), a collective work that was presented by the CEPV at the Bachibouzouk bar in Vevey, Switzerland. She also contributed to the exhibition “Wings” at the Espace Doret, in Vevey, and to the exhibition “C’est du joli!” at the Binôme Studio in Lausanne. Finally, she presented “Whisperers” at the Jirawong’s Gallery in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Coralla (2016): This jewelry is inspired by a tribal and organic world. The curves and the repetitive elements symbolize the sensuality of the human body.