I see jewellery as wearable objects.
Hanging on a wall, they are sculptures talking about bodies, intimacy and rituals. Worn, they are evolving and engaging with the body.
Fascinated by the importance of the link, the connection becomes a space to explore the notions of safety, isolation and detachment. Do these links highlight connections or distances? Is there here a sense of resiliency or a gloomy disregard? Of void or absence?
This obsession for adaptability led my principal researches to focus on finding new alternatives of hinges, links and clasps beyond the jewellery uses - A process that also points on the evolution of contemporary jewellery and questions on the notions of value and preciousness.