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What I find important is that the perception and contextualisation of jewellery is actually always determined by form, c...
If voice, the privileged tool of communication, becomes form, it can also become object, with all the practical and symb...
Art jewellery is a sculptural form that pivots around the body, though as an art piece, there is room to communicate oth...
I am sure using hands and experiencing tactile feelings would be important for everybody, particularly in our time with ...
I hesitate to call myself an artist. In Conversation with Kim Buck
Cécile Maes (et al.)
My practice is very eclectic and involves being led by the elements along with the materials I find, manipulating and co...
I am less influenced by intellectual speeches which accompanies the jewelry with beautiful sentences... Jean-Yves Le Mig...
I think that's important to be visible outside of galleries in order to reach everyone. Interview with Tamara Marbl Joka...
After twenty years working in a newspaper and editorial magazines, I decided to follow my dream. Interview with Mayte Am...
In our present world, an important thing is to be perfect online on social media with every means to an end. Interview w...
Mindscapes. Interview with Margit Hart by Jonathan Wahl
A major issue we address here is that the success of a single artist is insufficient. Interview with Takayoshi Terajima ...
The perception of colour is an individual matter. Interview with Jolanta Gazda by Anna Wójcik-Korbas
What I find an interesting phenomenon, is that artists are no longer seen as life time artists. Interview with Sari Liim...
From the two extreme poles of Italy: harmonious convergences. Interview with Arcangelo Ambrosi and Giuseppe Marcadent by...
Modern technology and the digital does not play a role in my work. I am a jewellery dinosaur. Interview with Dempf Marti...
In my creation, I still mainly use the technology of craft. Interview with Zixin Wei by Klimt02
Control growth and maturity, and watch your thoughts being born. Interview with Nannan Zhang by Klimt02
Tradition Needs to be Constantly Challenged and Changed to Stay Alive. Interview with Sara Federici and Ursula Corsi by ...
I would like to see jewelry progress more toward conceptual expressions. Interview with Cong Ma by Klimt02
Of Wind, Time and Warmth: The Jewelry of Beppe Kessler
I believe that jewellery has more potential than I imagined before. Interview with Fenghua Ye by Klimt02
My work is heavily influenced by the "chaotic" and overwhelming feelings that come from living through the Anthropocene....
In a way that's the skill of making a very complex idea kind of communicate simply. Caroline Broadhead, Curator of Schmu...
The Entire Territory of Ukraine Is One Extremely Painful Place of Memory of a Former Life
A Thin Line Between Two Worlds. Interview with Maria Pia Pascoli and Valentina Caprini by Waldemar Kerschbaumer
Federica Cogliandro, Winner of the First Maria Cristina Bergesio Scholarship Interviewed by Le Arti Orafe
Le Arti Orafe
The new world gave me a broader mind. Interview with Zhuwei Lu by Klimt02
My pieces have become more androgynous and a fair bit darker in both appearance and subject matter. Interview with Abbi ...
Israel Biennale of Contemporary Jewelry. An Interview with Ariel Lavian
Contemporary art compels to think about the present. Interview with Tetyana Kalyuzhna by Klimt02
Creating forms with a specific message. Interview with Andrzej Boss
The value of creation and thinking. Interview with Hansel Tai by Xiao Liang
The Turtle and the Sea Horse. Interview with Kezhen Wang by Anja Eichler
Art, Craftsmanship, and an Eye to the Environment. Interview with Verena Oppermann and Annalisa Tessarolo by Waldemar Ke...
Integrations, Legnica Jewelry Festival Silver. Interview with Alberto Dávila by Anna Wójcik
The characteristics of Hanji's materials and the attractiveness of the Jiseung craft technique. Interview with Eunhee Ch...
The visual form of contemporary jewellery is very suitable for me to express my perception of the beauty of the world an...
Contemporary jewellery for me is a method of social commentary. Interview with Sarra Tzijan by Klimt02
Masters of the Crafts. Angela Böck on EXEMPLA in Munich
Modern Classicist at Schmuck 2022. Robert Baines interviewed by Klimt02
People Sometimes Treat their Jewelry with Great Disrespect. Schmuck 2022 Curator Helen Britton Interviewed by Nina Gassa...
The technical discoveries, frustrations and outcomes continually engage and challenge me. Interview with Helen Aitken-Ku...
There has been a cultural shift in the use of traditional materials, focusing on sustainability by using waste materials...
Encounters: A reflection on the nature of time, Legnica Jewelry Festival Silver. Interview with Felicia Mülbaier by Ann...
Time-critical statements in my jewellery is a must for me. Interview with Kirsten Plank
Contemporary jewelry has two main characteristics: transferring the concept and expansion of materials. Interview with B...
Networking is important from the training stage, as a teacher I have understood and practiced it with my students. Inter...
The Search for Unconscious Beauty. Interview with Stefania Lucchetta and Giulia Savino by Waldemar Kerschbaumer
Contemporary jewellery helps us think, look and question beyond jewellery, ornamentation, beauty, preciousness... Interv...
I am excited about blurring the lines between art, science, and some sort of mystical something or other. Interview with...
My creative process is low-tech, it is traditional and ancient, each piece is crafted of porcelain by hand. Interview wi...
As a newer educator in the field, I see the new accessibility to virtual education and opportunities as a great benefit ...
My designs only consist of the necessary elements to achieve a goal. Interview with Lars Joosten, winner of the New Tale...
What I enthuse the most is the astonishment that a piece of art arises in me. Interview with Stefano Fronza by Klimt02
How much contemporary jewelry can be commercialized defines where the dead-end is. Interview with Xiaohe Shen by Klimt02
Aquatic Creatures in the Lair of the White Rabbit. Anna Paola Cibin and Stefano Prina interviewed by Waldemar Kerschbaum...
I love it when people dare to be a peacock in their everyday life. Inteview with Staffan Jonsson by Klimt02
For me jewellery should stand out in size and color. Interview with Jeanine van der Linde by Klimt02
Globalization promotes learning and understanding different cultures. Interview with Khajornsak Nakpan by Klimt02
How Many Is One. Interview with Deganit Stern Schocken
I can listen to the iron and follow its lead when I'm amid creation. Interview with Janne Peltokangas by Klimt02
Jewelry does not need to imply wealth, power or status. Interview with Iro Kaskani by Klimt02
My work has become increasingly process-based. Interview with Jeremy Isamu Irvin by Klimt02
Printing on textiles is my main creative and artistic medium. Interview with Arijana Gadžijev by Klimt02
Jutta Klingebiel interviewed by Karin Roy Andersson
Karin Roy Andersson
Nowadays I place more emphasis on scale and wearability of the jewelry. Interview with Martin Grosman by Klimt02
I investigate textile techniques and antagonistic materials in a sensorial way. Interview with Patricia Iglesias by Klim...
I'm excited about traveling and collecting new objects. Interview with Anna Watson by Klimt02
Microcosm's elegant structures. Junmin Bae Interviewed by Karin Roy Andersson
Karin Roy Andersson
Jewelry creation is an art therapy for myself. Interview with Rita Besnyoi by Klimt02
The body is an amazing fleshy vessel to inhabit. Interview with Rachael Colley by Klimt02
It's better to start and collaborate with specific associations and people. Interview with Sogand Nobahar by Klimt02
In Conversation with Juries of the Romanian Jewelry Week 2.0
Making individual jewellery requires a lot of willpower and much passion. Interview with Haldis Scheicher by Klimt02
I learned to draw in ink to achieve an intentional decisive line. Interview with Adriana Radulescu by Klimt02
Artists should cling to their origins and then find their own form. Interview with José Marín by Klimt02
Networking is crucial in my practice. Interview with Letizia Maggio by Klimt02
The Universal Language of Shapes. Riccardo Masini and Stenia Scarselli interviewed by Waldemar Kerschbaumer
Contemporary jewelry is a relatively young form of art. Interview with Nuo Jiang by Klimt02
Narrative is always a clue throughout my work. Interview with Qi Han by Klimt02
How should the physicality of contemporary jewellery be perpetuated? Interview with Jieyi Sun by Klimt02
Recently I have been focusing more on my relationship with my hometown and surroundings. Interview with Suyu Chen by Kli...
I tend to prefer the works where there is no gap between what I want to express and what I am actually creating. Namkyun...
I believe that the energy I put into my art pieces preserve in the material and will ultimately be felt by the future ow...
Systems in General are Based on a Set of Parts that Function Together to Create a Network. Interview with Ezra Satok-Wol...
Nichka Marobin (et al.)
The Petras excavation project in Crete. Unveiling Mysteries, Understanding Jewelry
Segni sul volto: new spaces for discussion and design. Interview with Carla Riccoboni by Le Arti Orafe
Le Arti Orafe
Poetic Memories and Atoms of Nature. Sara Dario and Angelica Tulimiero interviewed by Waldemar Kerschbaumer
I Have Noticed an Increased Interest in Contemporary Jewellery in Denmark in Recent Years. Interview with Helen Clara He...
You Have to be Aware Not to Lose Your Unique Signature as a Designer. Interview with Duo Wonder by Klimt02
I am More and More Secure in Trusting My Own Voice. Interview with Elin Flognman by Klimt02
Every Day I Love the World of Jewelry More Than Yesterday. Interview with Yolanda Zheng by Klimt02
Improvising is natural to me. Interview with Gislaine Ribeiro by Klimt02
Working with Single-use Plastics has Changed Me as a Maker. Interview with Charity Ridpath by Klimt02
Every piece created by us is a unique piece. Interview with Schneider-Rappel Goldschiede by Klimt02
The love for crafting is how I stumbled upon jewelry making. Interview with Sabina Dragusanu by Klimt02
Jewellery should be inspired by anything but jewellery. Saskia van Es JOYA 2021 Jury Member interviewed by Klimt02
Exploring and Recording Emotions is Always Essential for My Art. Interview with Dongyi Wu by Klimt02
My Work has Developed into Something More Personal. Interview with Alex Kinsley Vey by Klimt02
Creating Jewellery for Me is a Way to 'Meditate'. Interview with Katerina Glinou by Klimt02
I Became Obsessed with Jewellery Making and Metalsmithing Since the First Moment. Interview with Misato Takahashi by Kli...
Technology and the Digital World Play a Central Role in My Work. Interview with Annarita Bianco by Klimt02
I am looking for quality, and as we know quality and talent, are rare to find. Lucia Massei Joya 2021 Jury Member interv...
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