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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.
My latest work involves ironing, which is funny because I rarely if ever iron clothes. Louise Perrone interviewed by Kli...20Nov2018
I want to hang architecture on the necks and push to thoughts about what we could do with it. Asya Gulak interviewed by ...05Nov2018
I would like to say my works is just like my diary. Dongyi Wu interviewed by Klimt0222Oct2018
We all die, but we don't know when. Our lifespan is uncertain, but it also provides an intriguing tension. Ruudt Peters ...20Oct2018
Being a surrealist helps me explore and dance in the energy of the interconnectedness of all things. Betsy Youngquist in...16Oct2018
I like to work with my hands, to create, transform my thoughts and my emotions into objects, wearable or not. Elli Xippa...08Oct2018
I am fascinated by the fact that there are no limits to creativity or choice of material in jewelry making. Ioli Livada ...08Oct2018
I think I freeze a moment of evolution and merge it with thoughts and emotions. Angelos Konstantakatos interviewed by Po...08Oct2018
The most intriguing of them all is the ability to design a piece and have it worn in different locations. Constantinos P...08Oct2018
It concentrates and communicates out to the world the aesthetic values and messages of the artist. Yiota Vogli interview...08Oct2018
The freedom of expression and the maximum connection of my inner self to the outer world. Erato Kouloubi interviewed by ...28Sep2018
To express anything you need and want to, without having the anxiety of “beauty”... Marina Zachou interviewed by Pop...28Sep2018
It was for me a means to relax from work while keeping my hands and mind busy. Niki Stylianou interviewed by Popeye love...28Sep2018
My work belongs to the earth, contributing to the everlasting cycle of life. Aggelika Diplari interviewed by Popeye love...27Sep2018
I feel like a laboratory researcher. Ariel Lavian interviewed by Klimt0225Sep2018