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HDK. School of Design and Crafts

Published: 28.06.2016
HDK. School of Design and Crafts.
Management:
Karin Johansson
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Statement

We believe in diversity. At the Jewellery Art programme at HDK we supply our students with well-equipped workshops, challenging projects and time for free exploration during their journey towards finding a unique artistic voice. Working with traditional techniques as well as investigating modern design approaches generates a variety of opportunities in the jewellery art field. The school premises in Gothenburg, originally build in 1904, house Design, Textile Art, Ceramic Art and Jewellery Art programmes in an open atmosphere where students cross share knowledge. Our teachers are active artists and we strive to keep a close contact with the art community and society on both the local and the global scenes.

As a student you are encouraged to research materials and artistic ideas individually and in groups. International artists are invited as guest teachers to provide new perspectives. You will improve your skills to present and discuss your work. Artistic practice combined with reflection helps you grow a strong identity as an artist.

The Jewellery Art programme at HDK – School of Design and Crafts is a part of the Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts at University of Gothenburg.

HDK offers Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degree programmes.

Teachers

Visiting Professor: Karin Johansson
Director of studies, Lecturer: Klara Brynge

Selection of visiting guest teachers and lecturers:
Mia Maljojoki (DE), Gemma Draper (ES), Ulrich Reithofer (DE), Hanna Hedman (SE), Tore Svensson (SE), Adam Grinovich (SE), Jenny Klemming (SE), David Clarke (UK), Hilde de Decker (BE), Karin Seufert (DE), Lisa Walker (NZ), Marc Monzó (ES), Lin Cheung (UK), Terhi Tolvanen (NL), Sara Borgegård (SE), Märta Mattsson (SE), Mikiko Minewaki (JPN), Lucy Sarneel (NL), Lena Olson (SE), David Huycke (BE), Peter Hoogeboom (NL), Mah Rana (UK), Norman Weber (DE), Kim Buck (DK), Noon Passama (TH/NL), Despo Sophocleous (DE), Nhat-Vu Dang (NL/DE), Benedikt Fischer (AU/NL), Nicolas Cheng (SE), Beatrice Brovia (SE)
 

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2016:
Award giving  15 Nov 2016 - 15 Nov 2016  Sara Malm Winner of the JPLUS Graduate Award 2016.
Exhibition  15 Nov 2016 - 25 Nov 2016  In Line With by Sara Malm at Klimt02 Gallery.
Exhibition  27 Oct 2016 - 19 Nov 2016  Connect by Linnéa Eriksson & Frozen Moment by Jelizaveta Suska.
Meeting  08 Oct 2016 - 08 Oct 2016  CODE C.
Exhibition  29 Apr 2016 - 15 May 2016  Flow by Anna Norrgrann.
2015:
Exhibition  12 Dec 2015 - 23 Jan 2016  Chinawear - Remake by Peter Hoogeboom.
Meeting  03 Oct 2015 - 08 Nov 2015  The City of Jewellery: Award, Exhibition and Seminar.
Award giving  23 Sep 2015 - 23 Sep 2015  Winners of Klimt02 Graduate Award 2015.
Exhibition  21 May 2015 - 23 May 2015  EDIT.
2014:
Exhibition  19 Sep 2014 - 21 Sep 2014  Move.
Meeting  19 Sep 2014 - 20 Sep 2014  Seminar: New Adventures in Jewellery.
Exhibition  16 Sep 2014 - 21 Sep 2014  Room of Paper.
Exhibition  02 Sep 2014 - 21 Sep 2014  4 solos, 4 souls.
Exhibition  22 Aug 2014 - 17 Sep 2014  Top Young 2014.
Exhibition  06 Jun 2014 - 15 Jun 2014  HDK Graduation Show 2014.
Exhibition  03 Jun 2014 - 21 Sep 2014  From the Coolest Corner: Nordic Jewellery.
Exhibition  10 May 2014 - 09 Nov 2014  New Adventures in Jewellery.
Meeting  23 Apr 2014 - 23 Apr 2014  Lecture by Märta Mattsson: Morticia is that you?.
Exhibition  31 Jan 2014 - 27 Apr 2014  How – Do – Know.
Studio space.
Studio space

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Inner view of the school.
Inner view of the school

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Anna Norrgrann, 2015
. Necklaces
. Aluminum
. Photo by: Anna Norrgrann
. From series: The Flow within and the Flight from a Standard Size
.  .
Anna Norrgrann, 2015
Necklaces
Aluminum
Photo by: Anna Norrgrann
From series: The Flow within and the Flight from a Standard Size
 

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Anna Norrgrann. Necklace: A4.7, 2016. Aluminum. 22 x 0.5 x 29 cm. Photo by: Anna Norrgrann. From series: The Flow within and the Flight from a Standard Size. Anna Norrgrann
Necklace: A4.7, 2016
Aluminum
22 x 0.5 x 29 cm
Photo by: Anna Norrgrann
From series: The Flow within and the Flight from a Standard Size
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Jelizaveta Suska. Brooch: Frozen Moment, 2015. Polymer, crushed marble, gold. Photo by: Jelizaveta Suska. Awarded at: Herbert Hofmann Prize 2016. Jelizaveta Suska
Brooch: Frozen Moment, 2015
Polymer, crushed marble, gold
Photo by: Jelizaveta Suska
Awarded at: Herbert Hofmann Prize 2016
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Jelizabeta Suska. Brooch: Frozen Moment, 2015. Polymer, crushed marble, gold. Photo by: Jelizabeta Suska. Awarded at: Herbert Hofmann Prize 2016. Jelizabeta Suska
Brooch: Frozen Moment, 2015
Polymer, crushed marble, gold
Photo by: Jelizabeta Suska
Awarded at: Herbert Hofmann Prize 2016
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Karin Gyllerfelt. Piece: Pose, 2014. Textile, silver. Photo by: Karin Gyllerfelt. Karin Gyllerfelt
Piece: Pose, 2014
Textile, silver
Photo by: Karin Gyllerfelt
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Karin Gyllerfelt. Installation: Pose, 2014. Textile, silver. Photo by: Karin Gyllerfelt. 
. My work, entitled Pose, concerns the experience of being body in relationship to the room, as well as the experience of being body in relationship to others. Through the encounter between my pieces and the viewer/wearer I want to make the viewer/wearer aware of its own body, and its placement in the room. I’m interested in the tension and attraction that will occur. I’ve played with shapes that will indicate wearability and possibly evoke a desire to wear. The work consists of pieces made out of mainly textile second-hand material. I’m interested in the close relationship between the textile and the body. The clothes have been used and I therefore see them as somehow loaded material that carries different expressions and ability to evoke associations.. Karin Gyllerfelt
Installation: Pose, 2014
Textile, silver
Photo by: Karin Gyllerfelt

My work, entitled Pose, concerns the experience of being body in relationship to the room, as well as the experience of being body in relationship to others. Through the encounter between my pieces and the viewer/wearer I want to make the viewer/wearer aware of its own body, and its placement in the room. I’m interested in the tension and attraction that will occur. I’ve played with shapes that will indicate wearability and possibly evoke a desire to wear. The work consists of pieces made out of mainly textile second-hand material. I’m interested in the close relationship between the textile and the body. The clothes have been used and I therefore see them as somehow loaded material that carries different expressions and ability to evoke associations.
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Sofia Bankeström. Installation: Flora Candestina, 2015. Silver, ceramic, textile, various materials. Photo by: Karin Johansson. Sofia Bankeström
Installation: Flora Candestina, 2015
Silver, ceramic, textile, various materials
Photo by: Karin Johansson
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Sofia Bankeström. Necklace: Flora Candestina, 2015. Silver, ceramic, textile. Photo by: Sofia Bankeström. Sofia Bankeström
Necklace: Flora Candestina, 2015
Silver, ceramic, textile
Photo by: Sofia Bankeström
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Sanna Lindholm. Installation: Warriors, 2014. Mixed media. Photo by: Karin Johansson. Sanna Lindholm
Installation: Warriors, 2014
Mixed media
Photo by: Karin Johansson
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Lena Johansson. Brooch: Valse Lente, 2014. Porcelain, steel wire. Photo by: Lena Johansson. 
. I dip paper in porcelain, while thinking of certain piles of paper. I make a construction, as a protection for the fragile. With a line that does not cover but coexists, as the shadow.. Lena Johansson
Brooch: Valse Lente, 2014
Porcelain, steel wire
Photo by: Lena Johansson

I dip paper in porcelain, while thinking of certain piles of paper. I make a construction, as a protection for the fragile. With a line that does not cover but coexists, as the shadow.
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Rasmus Larson. Brooch: Pacifistic Contemplations, 2014. Recycled Tin-soldiers, Acrylic on linen, Caution and Protective tape. Photo by: Rasmus Larson. 
. The medal, a military grading symbol which is commonly used as a confirmation that marks accomplishments – You’ve done well. What happens when it’s forced to use its purpose but in contradiction tell about the opposite, and take the role to display lives that are forced to fade away in an elimination steeped in destructive and lost conditions. Morphed together with IUCN’s The Red List and thoughts around life form’s fates and circumstances.
. The materials used are recycled Tin-soldiers, taken from a time when naïve brutal battles were executed on wall-to-wall carpets without knowledge of the real world’s equal brutality. It takes four soldiers to make one medal. Four if they have rifles and are marching. Acrylic paintings as portraits of lives. The text, to create context and cause. And the ribbon, made out of caution tape and protective tape – which according to the label on the package says: for all kind of caution and protection. They have become my pacifistic contemplations.. Rasmus Larson
Brooch: Pacifistic Contemplations, 2014
Recycled Tin-soldiers, Acrylic on linen, Caution and Protective tape
Photo by: Rasmus Larson

The medal, a military grading symbol which is commonly used as a confirmation that marks accomplishments – You’ve done well. What happens when it’s forced to use its purpose but in contradiction tell about the opposite, and take the role to display lives that are forced to fade away in an elimination steeped in destructive and lost conditions. Morphed together with IUCN’s The Red List and thoughts around life form’s fates and circumstances.
The materials used are recycled Tin-soldiers, taken from a time when naïve brutal battles were executed on wall-to-wall carpets without knowledge of the real world’s equal brutality. It takes four soldiers to make one medal. Four if they have rifles and are marching. Acrylic paintings as portraits of lives. The text, to create context and cause. And the ribbon, made out of caution tape and protective tape – which according to the label on the package says: for all kind of caution and protection. They have become my pacifistic contemplations.
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Ammeli Engström. Installation: Yushu Souvenir, 2014. Silver, aluminium, textile, rubber, leather. Photo by: Ammeli Engström. Total of 202 pieces
. 
. I look into the fragmental and the constantly changing in what we remember. I work with thoughts of souvenirs as materialized memories.
. In metal I search for a language that speaks of transformation. I cast objects to rework them,  seeking the boundary between the recognizable and the abstract. Memory helps the eye to whole broken forms. We want to remember. My work revolves around memories as souvenirs, how we carry with us our memories.. Ammeli Engström
Installation: Yushu Souvenir, 2014
Silver, aluminium, textile, rubber, leather
Photo by: Ammeli Engström
Total of 202 pieces

I look into the fragmental and the constantly changing in what we remember. I work with thoughts of souvenirs as materialized memories.
In metal I search for a language that speaks of transformation. I cast objects to rework them,  seeking the boundary between the recognizable and the abstract. Memory helps the eye to whole broken forms. We want to remember. My work revolves around memories as souvenirs, how we carry with us our memories.
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Li Liang. Necklace: Line, 2014. Copper, paint. Awarded at: Marzee Graduation Award 2014. 
. I have strong impact of Chinese fine classical paintings and calligraphy since I was a little.  I used lines to create forms and place my feelings of nature. For me, the Chinese calligraphy gives the lines diverse visual possible and spiritual power. The line has stimulated me to discover the sequence and express the emotions from the reality.. Li Liang
Necklace: Line, 2014
Copper, paint
Awarded at: Marzee Graduation Award 2014

I have strong impact of Chinese fine classical paintings and calligraphy since I was a little.  I used lines to create forms and place my feelings of nature. For me, the Chinese calligraphy gives the lines diverse visual possible and spiritual power. The line has stimulated me to discover the sequence and express the emotions from the reality.
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Li Liang. Necklace: Line, 2014. Copper, paint. Photo by: Li Liang. Awarded at: Marzee Graduation Award 2014. 
. I have strong impact of Chinese fine classical paintings and calligraphy since I was a little.  I used lines to create forms and place my feelings of nature. 
. For me, the Chinese calligraphy gives the lines diverse visual possible and spiritual power. The line has stimulated me to discover the sequence and express the emotions from the reality.. Li Liang
Necklace: Line, 2014
Copper, paint
Photo by: Li Liang
Awarded at: Marzee Graduation Award 2014

I have strong impact of Chinese fine classical paintings and calligraphy since I was a little.  I used lines to create forms and place my feelings of nature. 
For me, the Chinese calligraphy gives the lines diverse visual possible and spiritual power. The line has stimulated me to discover the sequence and express the emotions from the reality.
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Soili Rautanen. Necklace: Face it, 2014. Wood, copper, textile. Photo by: Soili Rautanen. Photo: Soili Rautanen. Soili Rautanen
Necklace: Face it, 2014
Wood, copper, textile
Photo by: Soili Rautanen
Photo: Soili Rautanen
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Anna-Karin Haag. Brooch: Untitled, 2013. Renshape, textile, veneer. 12 to 15 cm. Anna-Karin Haag
Brooch: Untitled, 2013
Renshape, textile, veneer
12 to 15 cm
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Li Liang. Piece: Untitled, 2014. Porcelain. 3 to 15 cm. Jewellery/objects
. Photo: Emanuel Cederqvist. Li Liang
Piece: Untitled, 2014
Porcelain
3 to 15 cm
Jewellery/objects
Photo: Emanuel Cederqvist

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Charlotte Maslov. Brooch: Untitled, 2012. Copper, silver, enamel. 4,8 x 5,7 cm. Charlotte Maslov
Brooch: Untitled, 2012
Copper, silver, enamel
4,8 x 5,7 cm
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Anna Norrgrann. Pendant: Untitled, 2013. Silver, aluminum, copper, zink, brass, nylon thread. from 3 to 31 cm. Anna Norrgrann
Pendant: Untitled, 2013
Silver, aluminum, copper, zink, brass, nylon thread
from 3 to 31 cm
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Elin Flognman. Necklace: Untitled, 2013. Wax, copper, brass, gold, leather, thread. 40 x 25 x 8 cm. Elin Flognman
Necklace: Untitled, 2013
Wax, copper, brass, gold, leather, thread
40 x 25 x 8 cm
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Sara Malm. Piece: Untitled, 2013. Copper, leather. 28 x 15 x 5 cm. Sara Malm
Piece: Untitled, 2013
Copper, leather
28 x 15 x 5 cm
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Sofia Bankeström. Necklace: Beats, 2013. Balloons, plastic, cotton thread. 5 cm. Sofia Bankeström
Necklace: Beats, 2013
Balloons, plastic, cotton thread
5 cm
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Karin Gyllerfelt. Brooch: Imprint, 2013. Silver, oilpaint. 12 x 7,5 cm. Karin Gyllerfelt
Brooch: Imprint, 2013
Silver, oilpaint
12 x 7,5 cm
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Charlotte Maslov. Brooch: Untitled, 2013. Silver, gold, enamel. 6 x 4 cm. Charlotte Maslov
Brooch: Untitled, 2013
Silver, gold, enamel
6 x 4 cm
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Sara Malm. Piece: The depth of the sea, 2012. Copper, elastic string. 23 x 10 x 5 cm. Sara Malm
Piece: The depth of the sea, 2012
Copper, elastic string
23 x 10 x 5 cm
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