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My jewellery is there to communicate. That doesn´t mean that you have to communicate back.
What is there of local and universal in your artistic work?
I think we always act from the platform we have background, experience, cultural valuation. We can embrace or reject but still the artistic intentions grow from that. Choice of material can be more local but themes and interpretations are more universal.
What do you expect when exposing your work to the public (for example with an exhibition)?
Well as for all kind of art, my jewellery is there to communicate. Doesn´t mean that you have to communicate back.
Are other areas besides the jewellery, present in your work?
There is a story behind every piece I do, hopefully this is present.
House no 10 Chimneys & House no 10 Staircase, 2 necklaces, 2016.
Ox. silver, paper, paint & Ox. silver , stones, paint.
Photographer: Johan Wingborg.
The last work, book, film, city that has moved me was...
In periods I read a lot, fiction from all over the world and learn a lot. Just finished Ghana must go by Taiye Selassi. Great!! And a book by Belarusian author Vasil Bykau Карьер though in Swedish.
Do you read Jewellery Magazines? What is your source to get information?
Mostly I find information on internet and follow from time to time debates on communities as Klimt02 and AJF.
Do you discuss your work with other jewellery artists or any other person?
I am fortunate to have my studio in a space with many artists studios of all kind. It has lead to different collaborations which means a lot of discussions.
I love to do more on my contemporary style and subcultural aesthetics. Herman Sun interviewed by Klimt0222Mar2019
I desire an equal creative relationship between material and me. Mujun Liu interviewed by Klimt0221Mar2019
Art is aimed at setting up emotional connection with people. Qian Wang interviewed by Klimt0218Mar2019
Wearability plays an important role in my work, but sometimes I make compromises. Dimitar Stankov inteviewed by Klimt0218Mar2019
Education is very important in a young market like ours. Interview with Atty Tantivit from Atta Gallery01Mar2019
Tradition as The Base, The Future as a Model. Cornelia Lutz and Frank Neidlein on Handwerk & Design in Munich. An interv...28Feb2019
For jewellery making I choose to use what surrounds me in my daily life. Maria Cristina Bellucci interviewed by Klimt0225Feb2019
I expect to amaze and intrigue, entice the person to wear my jewelry. Eleonora Ghilardi interviewed by Klimt0220Feb2019
Success is a Peculiar Concept. Interview with Elena and Chiaralice Rizzi From OhMyBlue12Feb2019
In this time I think we need to laud the amazing ability we have to access and communicate with our fellow jewellers. Ti...11Feb2019
Jewellery itself has no standards or is not shaped in a particular way. Yiping Li interviewed by Klimt0211Feb2019
I always appreciate the different cultural backgrounds, visible in the making of jewellery. Beppe Kessler interviewed by...04Feb2019
Every Activity Takes Jewellery Out Into the World and Brings New People Into the Gallery. Interview with Marie-José van...01Feb2019
Patina Gallery Goes to Europe for Munich Jewelry Week 201928Jan2019
It is like using English to tell a Chinese story. Stacey Huang interviewed by Klimt0223Jan2019