KAZAMA is a jewelry design project which seeks to create a series of collections capable of offering a meaningful and transformative experience.

Founded and created in 2020 by visual artist and designer Elena Rendeiro. Her collections are limited, and some pieces are one of a kind, concepts deeply rooted at the core of each piece. 

Recurrent themes include concepts of time and space, memory, and nature, which the artist accompanies by references to art history, literature, or the physical world.

Each KAZAMA piece is handmade by Italian artisans and the artist herself. Its architectural pieces integrate hybrid products, mixing precious metals with non-traditional materials.

Optical mechanisms, mirror geometries, visual illusions, textiles, kinetic pieces, sculptural and architectural languages used to evoke intimate emotional experiences through a combination of concepts together with visual and tactile perceptions. KAZAMA’́s ultimate mission is to create mysterious miniature worlds, whose weight and substance can be held in the palm of your hand.




Born in Madrid, she studied Fine arts at University UCM.  The receptor of an Erasmus Scholarship in Athens, Greece, and having  started  a  Ph.D.  in Art History; she was granted a Full Scholarship by La Caixa Foundation for postgraduate studies in the US. She enrolled in the MFA Degree Program with a major in New Forms at Pratt Institute, NY, from which she graduated with a Summa Cum Laude.

Upon her return to Europe, she participated in several competitions, winning the “Generaciones” Prize (Foundation Caja Madrid), Rendibu Video Art (Spain), and Purificacion Garcia Competition. She has exhibitied in places like La Casa Encendida, el Círculo de Bellas Artes (Madrid) DNA Gallery (Berlin), Pulse NYC Art Fair,  Art Basel, VIVA Festival (Shangai), Copenhaggen International Art Fair, Hot Art Fair&- Volta Basel (CH) Diva Fair Paris, etc.

Her works were acquired by museums like the Brasilea  Stiftung  Museum in  Basel  (as part of its permanent collection), the  Museum of Contemporary Art, Malaga (CAC Museum) & the Caja Madrid Foundation.

She has collaborated on large-scale sculptural projects for architects such as Rafael de la Hoz and AGI Architects, both in Spain and the Middle East.

KAZAMA Project is her latest and most personal creative work, which she believes embodies the multiple layers of art, architecture, design, and freedom in the minuscule object.

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