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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.
Pravu Mazumdar, Joya 2019 Jury Member interviewed by Klimt0221May2019
My jewelry acts as a communication device to bridge the tangible and intangible, digital and real. Xiangying Shi intervi...17May2019
We want to break the hierarchy between craft and art. Interview with Florance Xia and Noga Zhang Shahar from Froots & N...15May2019
The work of human sensitivity so far is superior to the sophistication of the machine. Youjin Um interviewed by Klimt0213May2019
It is an important chance to make a different kind of contribution to our field of work with an offer like the Summer Ac...13May2019
The combination of traditional silver material and modern paper innovatively expresses the artistic characteristics of c...06May2019
Mindful Musings, Christine Dwane interviewed by 18Karat Studio + Gallery06May2019
My work brings out in people a full spectrum of emotions from tears of joy and tears of sorrow to death threats and trol...29Apr2019
Diving into the traditional and giving it contemporary expression and shape will be a very exciting journey. Susanne Mat...26Apr2019
United by Different. A Conversation with Artists and Curators of The Palace of Shattered Vessels Project22Apr2019
Portraying the appearance of the object, creating the artistic conception. Felicia Li interviewed by Klimt0217Apr2019
At the end, the piece becomes a dialogue, not the monologue I planned before starting. Nicolas Estrada interviewed by Kl...11Apr2019
Traditional skills or modern technics, they are the media and tools via which the concepts and ideas are expressed. Mian...10Apr2019
The Everyday Transformed. Micah Adams interviewed by 18Karat Studio + Gallery10Apr2019
How clear are you? Conversation with Hochschule Düsseldorf teachers, graduates and students.02Apr2019