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STAFFAN JONSSON

SWEDEN



4/2 - 5/3

 

Staffan Jonsson collects objects that he finds or that people give to him. Then everything is put on the "thing table". They stand there and gravitate towards each other. They move around, forming couples or groups that create meanings and expressions. Then they are joined together and made wearable with technical solutions. Jewelry as an art form has a unique ability to communicate with its surroundings and to move through rooms and environments. Staffan Jonsson was introduced to jewelery art by a teacher in 2015. This art expression grew on him, one of the things that captured him was the objects' intimate connection to those who choose to wear them. In 2020, Staffan Jonsson took his master's degree in jewelery art at HDK-Valand and since then he is based with a workshop in Gothenburg. 


Staffan Jonsson samlar på objekt som han hittar eller får. Allt hamnar sedan på “sak-bordet”. Där får de stå och gravitera mot varandra. De flyttas runt, bildar par eller grupper som tillsammans skapar meningar och uttryck. De fogas samman och ges tekniska lösningar som gör dem bärbara. Smycken som konstform har en unik förmåga att kommunicera med sin omgivning och att röra sig genom rum och miljöer. Staffan Jonsson introducerades till smyckekonst av en lärare 2015. Konstuttrycket växte på honom, inte minst fångades han av objektens intima koppling till den som väljer att bära dem. 2020 tog Staffan Jonsson sin master i smyckekonst på HDK-Valand och sedan dess är han baserad med verkstad i Göteborg. 

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We offer you one of a kind contemporary jewellery, small collection production and custom made pieces in both precios and non precious materials.


 

EXHIBITIONS 2022

 

 

 

STAFFAN JONSSON (SE)

4 February - 5 March

 

PHILIPP SPILLMANN (CH)

18 March - 16 April

 

BENEDIKT CAMILLA LUIHN (NO)

22 April - 21 May