Reindeer skin, horse hair, wood and rivets.
Each photograph is 50×70 cm and in a golden frame.
I make jewellery that reflects and responds to things I experience
and see in my daily life. It can be anything from a vague feeling to
something very concrete that becomes the starting point in my work.
Jewellery is, for me, the ultimate tool for investigating and
expressing my thoughts and ideas because of the direct and
immediate way it interacts with the body and therefore the
personal sphere. Jewellery can be very intimate but also extremely
superficial. I find this wide range fascinating and by mixing the two
it becomes even more appealing.
The jewellery I make is often shown at exhibitions but I also make
jewellery for fashion. I find it both enriching and liberating to let my
work move between different contexts, allowing situations and characters
to influence the way my jewellery is worn and how it corresponds
to its environment.
Link : www.piaaleborg.com
Photographer Anna-Mia Brolund