The host at six in the morning (not an early bird.)

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A piece of Jewellery is a carrier of meaning made to be worn. The meaning of the piece inflects on the consciousness of the wearer. That correlation again towards the beholder.

 

Because of wearability and closeness to the body the choice of materials in my Jewellery pieces are considered practically, physiologically as well as on a metaphysical level. Precious metals seen as conductors, stones and minerals as beholders and plastics as insulators of energy. I see the body as a transducer for consciousness at which the jewellery piece tune in. 

    In my curatorial practice I work with projects for white-cube settings. The format would be an installation of jewellery and other objects.