Hnoss 25 Year Jubilee
Exhibition 2-25 September 2022
Opening 2 September from 17.00
Seminar 2 September 2022 11-17
Konstepidemins väg 6, Gothenburg, Sweden
Participating artists: Ela Bauer (Nl), Jutta Kallfelz (De), Yutaka Minegishi (Jp/De), Edu Tarin (Es)
Hnoss Gallery opened in the autumn of 1997 and exhibited art jewellery from around the world, arranged seminars, residencies and workshops for 14 years. The gallery was situated in Gothenburg and run by a group of jewellery artists, showing more than 100 international jewellery artists over the years. In 2011 the gallery was transformed into the curatorial group, Hnoss Initiative. The group continuously arrange exhibitions, seminars and events in collaboration with other galleries and art halls, creating meeting points for the jewellery community in Sweden as well as abroad.
Now celebrating 25 years, Hnoss Gallery will reappear in the original venue at Konstepidemin, Gothenburg, with an exhibition showing international jewellery artists. A seminar featuring the artists will be held on the opening day, as well as complementing events.
Please register your participation by sending us an e-mail at email@example.com. Deadline for registration is 14 august 2022.
The seminar fee is 200 SEK / 20 Euro, this includes lunch and coffee.
The event is made in collaboration with The Swedish Arts Counsil and IASPIS, The Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Programme for Visual and Applied Arts.
”These works are inspired by The Wave. The Wave is an elusive substance (if substance at all), its’ continuous and borderless character intrigue me.
Like insects on a water-surface everything causes/ produces waves; everything on earth transmits and receives continuously. The wave doesn’t move, it is the movement, it is a proof of existence.”
”I like to observe.
People, animals, the growth of plants.
Attracted by nature in all its forms, I make pictures of its appearances.
— To share my discovery of forest flowers or the different personalities of rabbits in small scale wearable sculptures.”
”I always try to make simple rings. No, I don`t make them, but I try to find rings in mostly single and solid materials.”
“In this process each pendant has been traditionally hand-carved. Once the pendant is finished, two 3D scans are made: one of the finish pendant and another of a rough stone in the same material. This allows me to create a CNC machined engraving of the negative of the pendent into the natural stone. In this way, the pendant is partially laying on it, creating an interplay of technologies, a dialog between methodologies, where the “what” generates as a reflection of the “how”.”