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Changing Postition 
Seminar
 27 April 2019

Curated by Hnoss Initiative in collaboration with Four Gallery and supported by Iaspis/The Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Programme for Visual and Applied Artists. www.iaspis.se

The seminar will adress the topic of a jewellery artist in movement, physically and mentally, for a shorter or longer period of time. What effect will the relocation have on the artist? Could the distance to the homeland allow a sharper view or will it fill the gaze with nostalgia? In what way will the heritage present itself, what impression will it have on the art and what happens when the geografical and ethnic diversities get mixed up?

Program:
11.00 Introduction
11.15 Lecture by Johanna Zellmer
12.00 Lunch break


Exhibitions open, introductions from artists

13.30 Presentation of Current Obsession by Marina Elenskaya
14.10 Coco Sung and Karin Roy Andersson in conversation
14.40 Coffee break
15.00 Presentation of POP A.i.R by Monika Brugger
15.45 Changing Position moderated conversation by Marina Elenskaya
16.30 Round up by Hnoss/Four


Exhibitions open, guided tour to Four

17.00 Mingel, finger food, music in Konstepidemin Gallery

The seminar fee is 100 sek and includes a small lunch, coffee and fruit. Payment will be collected on arrival. Please register your participation in advance by sending us an email at hnoss@hnossinitiative.se. The seminar is in english.

Hus 8, Konstepidemin 
Konstepidemins väg 6
413 14 Gothenburg, Sweden

The seminar is held in connection with several jewellery art exhibitions in Gothenburg:

Changing Postition Seminar.pdf

Konstepidemin 6-28 April:

Galleri Konstepidemin: MeldJohanna Zellmer, jewellery artist, New Zeeland 
Galleri Konstepidemin: Regarding House No10/Equipment Boxes, Mona Wallström, jewellery artist, Sweden
Galleri Konstepidemin, lounge: Charlotte Skalegård, metal artist, Sweden
Blå Huset: Anna Unsgaard, artist, Sweden

Konstepidemin 26-27 April:

Garaget: Out of placeKlaraBrynge/Åsa Christensson, jewellery artists, Sweden
Hus 8: Posture,MA and BA Students at HDK Jewellery Art

Four Gallery 26 April-5 May:

Coco Sung, jewellery artist, Korea/Germany

Presentation of lecturers and exhibitors:

Johanna Zellmer, jewellery artist, New Zeeland, Iaspis grantholder in residence in Gothenburg March – May 2019
Exhibition ”Meld”

Johanna Zellmer is a jewellery artist originally from Germany, now living and working in New Zeeland.
”During the past 5 years, my practice has focused on the subverting of monetary value by using currency as a key medium, and has subsequently moved into an investigation of migration, addressing the experienced realities of identity and location. Through the basic jewellery interventions of cutting and forging minted state symbols, I am questioning whether the hybrid identities of contemporary culture can be embodied in a single object. Symbols in metal, when forged under the hammer, become suggestive of shadows and take on the qualities of signs in a state of change, able to evoke a sense of hybridity.”

Coco Sung, jewellery artist, Germany
Coco Sung is a South Korean jewellery artist, based in Berlin, Germany. The work of Coco Sung is a vibrant collage of materials, colours and symbols. Bits and pieces from different cultures and religions merged together to personal amulettes. Although the amulettes originates from the artists own experiences, needs and wishes they easily transform in the eyes and on the body of a new receiver.. What wounds do you need to heal? From what do you need protection? Maybe you will find that special talisman that will fulfill your desires.

Monika Brugger, jewellery artist/curator/Artist in Residence manager, Pop A.i.R, France
Monika Brugger is a jewellery artist originally from Germany, living and working in France. She is a lecturer/teacher at ENSA, the National School of Art in Limoges, and she is the director of POP Bijou workshop and the POP Artist in Residence. The A.i.R focuses on building a platform for international jewellery artists, creating a dialogue beyond cultural, political and geografical boundaries. The resident will use artistic approaches in relation to the school and the town of Limoges with its specific history, using porcelain, ceramics and enamel.

Marina Elenskaya, journalist/jewellry artist, Current Obsession, Netherlands
Marina Elenskaya is a russian jewellery artist with a background in both journalism and applied art, based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. She is the founder and director of Current Obsession.
“Trained in Media Direction and later in Jewellery Design, I am currently involved in research and development of the critical discourse within the field of contemporary jewellery. Following my design training at Alchimia Contemporary Jewellery School in Florence, Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, and most recently, the School of Visual Arts in New York, I have been involved in the jewellery industry from the standpoints of content development, publishing and facilitating opportunities for designers.”

Mona Wallström, jewellery artist/curator, Hnoss Initiative, Sweden
Exhibition “Regarding House No 10/Equipment Boxes”

“When I raise my head from work in my studio and look out the window, there it is, House no.10. My thoughts have bounced off the façade of the house for 20 years but I discovered it just now. 
As” Regarding House no 10” is an Art Jewellery project I decided that it would be in the form of neckpieces. This form allows more opportunities to work with space, volume and weight. Movement is achieved by linking the parts of the jewellery together and gives an opportunity for the components to interact with each other which is important for the final piece. 
Some moments of surprise occurred through the transition from a drawing to a wearable object; an unexpected transformation from one interpretation to another during the making of the piece. This moment of amazement came to be a part of the projects.”

Klara Brynge, jewellery artist/director of studies HDK Jewellery Art, Sweden
Åsa Christensson, jewellery artist/curator, Hnoss Initiative, Sweden
Exhibition “Out of Place”

“We are Åsa Christensson and Klara Brynge. Two jewellery artists who met during our studies at HDK in Gothenburg, Sweden, where we live and work. We practise our artistic work individualy and with different sources of inspiration. Still we found similarities in our approach to concept and material. In this collaboration we choose to show our pieces together.
The title of the project, Out of Place, is derived from thoughts about various places in the world and the investigation of something far away. These places do somehow exist in the world, not necessarily as one specific geographic place, but rather as a complex image, feeling or reflection of many similar places.”

MA and BA students at HDK Jewellery Art, Sweden
Exhibition “Posture”

In the department of jewellery art at HDK the students develop individual artistic voices. This exhibition shows a diversity of postures towards materials, influences, surroundings and inspirations. They speak in a spectrum of perspectives, approaches and positions through ideas and thoughts, in jewellery and objects.

Swedish Jewellery Art

7 Jan–28 Feb 2017 ATTA Gallery Bangkok, Thailand www.attagallery.com

CODE C

Saturday 8 October 2016
Konstepidemin, Gothenburg, Sweden

Hnoss Initiative and IASPIS invites You to a seminar about
colour and jewellery.
Welcome to an inspiring and colorful day of presentations from various artists sharing their thoughts and processes surrounding the use and meaning of colour.

Program
12.30 Registration and coffee
13.00 Christel Copp
14.00 Daniel Kruger
14.45 Break
15.15 Carina Shoshtary
16.15 Jiro Kamata
17.30 Party


The seminar is in English. Advance booking is required. Please submit Your booking before 30 september 2016, by sending an email with Your contact details (name, emailadress) to hnoss@hnossinitiative.se.
A fee of 100 sek that includes coffee, refreshments and an afternoon meal, is collected upon arrival.


Gröna rummet
Konstepidemins väg 6
413 14 Gothenburg, Sweden


Exhibitions in Gothenburg during Code C:
Jiro Kamata at Four Gallery, 7 october – 5 november 2016,
www.foursweden.com
HDK Jewellery Art students at Konstepidemin, www.hdk.gu.se

program pdf

Christel Copp is a swedish grafic designer, illustrator and visual artist as well as a frequent lecturer and teacher at Gothenburg University. Her talking points concern communication through imagery, visual
presentation and symbolism of colours. With her long experience Christel offers unique insight into how the mind interpret colour in everyday surroundings, in artistic areas and virtual environments. christel.copp@jmg.gu.se

Daniel Kruger is an internationally acclaimed jewellery artist from South Africa, now living in Germany, working as a professor in the Jewellery Department at the University of Art and Design i Halle.
”I use many different materials, both rich and poor. The forms vary from organic to geometric, the organic however seems to prevail. Texture,
pattern and colour play a big role, as does sensuality both in the shapes as well as in the use of material. Many pieces have a distinct erotic quality. I like symmetry; often pieces are made up of pairs.”
www.klimt02.net/jewellers/daniel-kruger

Carina Shoshtary is a german jewellery artist that graduated in 2012 from the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. In her current series she is literally tearing down her material off the walls. She is collecting colour sheets that separate from walls sprayed and painted with graffiti. The richness of
colours that the graffiti world offers, conform to hersensitivity and
affection for colour compositions.
www.where-to-put-it.com

Jiro Kamata is a jewellery artist originally from Japan, now living and
working i Munich, Germany.
Jiro combines goldsmithing techniques and non-traditional materials such as reflective
glass materials, eyeglasses and camera lenses. The
inorganic material is brought to life by the light refractions. Beams are
captured, transformed and transmitted to the wearer of the piece. The
colours, shapes and shadows are affected by the perspective – an
interaction between material, environment and receiver.
www.jirokamata.com

Hnoss extended
workshops and seminars
more pictures >

2014

Benedikt Fischer

”4 solos/4 souls” Konstepidemin GalleryFour of the most exiting international jewellery artists proudly presented by Hnoss Initiative.
Benedikt Fischer, Austria/Germany, Nhat-Vu Dang, Netherlands/Germany, Noon Passama, Thailand/Netherlands, Despo Sophocleous, Canada/Germany
Read more…….

Åsa Christensson

”Garaget” Blå Huset garage, KonstepideminJewellery artists with very personal expressions presented in an intimate and ruff environment. 
Curated by Tore Svensson
Charlotte Maslov, Hanna Liljenberg, Klara Brynge, Mikael Sellersjö, Åsa Christensson
Read more…….

Matadero Konstepidemin Hus 10Walka Studio: Claudia Betancourt & Nano Pulgar, Chile
Read more…….

Walka Studio

Transhumance: The Sense of Place and PastureKonstepidemin Hus 10
Presentation of workshop led av Walka Studio with invited Nordic Jewellery artists
Read more…….

Hnoss Initiative activities is a part of New Adventures in Jewellery. Events, seminar, exhibitions, work-shop, lectures and more are arranged in collaboration with Röhsska Museum, KHVC-Konsthantverkscentrum and HDK-School of Design and Craft at Göteborg University.

2013

Curator for the exhibition “SUBSTANCE” at Gustavsbergs Konsthall
Participating artists: Alexander Blank, Germany, Peter Hoogeboom, The Netherlands, Hanna Liljenberg, Sweden, Dorothea Prühl, Germany and Lucy Sarneel, The Netherlands

Dorothea Prühl

Curator for the exhibition Dorothea Prühl at Röhsska Muséet,Gothenburg

“SUBSTANCE”, seminar in Gothenburg connected to the exhibition in Gustavsberg.
Lectures: Peter Hoogeboom, The Netherlands, Felieke van den Leest, The Netherlands/Norway, Evert Nijland, The Netherlands and Maj Sandell from Gustavsbergs Konsthall, Sweden 
A cooperation with IASPIS
Location: Konstepidemin, Gröna Rummet, Gothenburg

2011

THE RING – JEWEL FOR EVER, seminar in connection to the opening of the exhibition “The Ring – jewel for ever”.
Lectures: Anna Schetelich from Galerie OONA, Germany, Professor Otto Künzli, Germany and Manuel Vilhena, Jewellery Artist, Portugal. Moderator for the Seminar is Love Jönsson, craft and design critic and guest lecturer at School of Design and Crafts, University of Gothenburg.
A cooperation with HDK
Location: Cinema Bio Capitol, Gothenburg

2009

RECONSIDERING IDENTITY –A SEMINAR ON NEW ZEALAND CONTEMPORARY JEWELLERY
Liesbeth den Besten: ”Kiwi Tactics: Conquering the World from an Isolated Position”
Warwick Freeman: ”Two-Headed Dogs: Making a Place for Making” 
Lisa Walker: ”Sometimes: A Retrospective Look at Works from 1992-2009”
A cooperation with HDK, Gothenburg University, School of Design and Craft, Röhsska Museum and Paletten art magazine. 
Location: Röhsska Museum, Gothenburg

2008

TAKING PARTS, workshop and seminar. 
Workshop: Karin Seufert, Germany
Lecture: Karin Seufert, Germany, Hans Stofer, “The matter of hand”Switzerland, England and Anders Jakobsen, ”Radikalslöjd” Sweden
A cooperation with IASPIS
Location: Konstepidemin, Paviljong 8, Gothenburg

2007

HNOSS DEPENDED, seminar in connection to the opening of the ”hnoss-10 years-jubilée-exhibition”
Lecture: Lucy Sarneel, The Netherlands – ”mind flights” Konrad Mehus, Norway – ”The National Project” Susan Pietzsch, Germany
A cooperation with HDK, Gothenburg University, School of Design and Craft and Röhsska Museum. 
Location: Röhsska Museum

HNOSS DEPENDED – 10 years jubilee. Exhibition at Röhsska Museum, Gothenburg.
73 of the artist of the gallery exhibit at the museum.

2004

SITUATION, a 6-days workshop for international jewellery artists.
Location: Konstepidemin, Paviljong 10, Gothenburg
Lecture: Margaret West  „The flower in the wound“ Cynthia Cousens  „A sense of Place“ Liesbeth den Besten  „Beyond the showcases“
A cooperation with Craft in Dialogue/IASPIS
Location: Konstepidemin, Gröna rummet , Gothenburg

Lectures

Hnoss Gallery in collaboration with HDK – School of Design and Crafts University of Gothenburg:
Mia Maljojoki, Mikiko Minewaki, Lin Cheung, Norman Weber, Gemma Draper, Kristi Paap, Warwick Freeman, Iris Nieuwenburg, Erik Kuiper, Ineke Heerken, Bettina Speckner, Peter Skubic, Lina Peterson, Ulrich Reithofer, Peter Hoogeboom, Mari Ishikawa, Sonia Morel, Marc Monzo, Andi Gut, Mah Rana, Svenja John, Georg Dobler, Kadri Mälk, Johanna Dahm, Beppe Kessler

Hnoss gallery 
exhibitions 1997–2011

2011

Onno Boekhoudt

THE RING-JEWEL FOR EVER
Ingjerd Hanevold, Lena Bergestad–Jonsson, Per Suntum, Kim Buck, Christer G. Jonsson, Peter de Wit, Otto Künzli, Andreas Treykorn, Verena Siber- Fuchs, Margareth Sandström, Karin Johansson, Sigurd Bronger, Esther Knobel, Tore Svensson, Anette Kraen, Beppe Kessler, Mona Wallström, Ari Turunen, Synnøve Korssjøen, Konrad Mehus, Onno Boekhoudt, Ulrika Swärd, Rian de Jong, Christoph Zellweger, Helena Lehtinen, Helena Sandström, Jamie Bennett, Lotta Åström, Karen Ihle/ Jens Eliasen, Johanna Dahm, Petra Schou, Adam Paxon, Bruce Metcalf, Eva Dora Lamm, Ruudt Peters, Barbara Paganin, Kasia Gasparski, Annelies Planteydt, Kadri Mälk, Lena Olson, Tarja Tuupanen, Manuel Vilhena, Castello Hansen, Gijs Bakker, Cecilia Johansson, Gunilla Grahn, Vera Siemund, Karl Fritsch, Nel Linssen, Margaret West, Lars Sture, Kerstin Ringedal, Fabrice Schaefer, Lucy Sarneel, Elise-Ann Hochlin, Georg Dobler, Katja Prins, Ramon Puig Cuyás, Xavier Monclús, Mah Rana, Peter Bauhuis, Silke Trekel, Terhi Tolvanen, Svenja John, Jivan Astfalck, Anna Unsgaard, Charlotte Ho Sook Sinding, Sonia Morel, Pia Aleborg, Marc Monzó, Andi Gut, Anna Martinsson, Ulrich Reithofer, Peter Hoogeboom, Mari Ishikawa, Annika Åkerfelt, Karin Seufert, Peter Scubic, Lina Petersson, Sara Borgegård, Erik Kuiper, Ineke Heerkens, Bettina Speckner, Sebastian Buescher, Warwick Freeman, Iris Neuwenburg, Jiro Kamata, Anne-Marie Bernhardt, Hanna Hedman, Lin Cheung, Bas Bouman, Birgit Laken, Norman Weber, Gemma Draper, Kristi Paap, Alexander Blank, Klara Brynge, Mia Maljojoki, Jenny Klemming, Jantje Fleischhut, Mikiko Minewaki, Carolina Claesson, Linda Marie Karlsson, Maria Ylander, Åsa Christensson

Mia Maljojoki

Mikiko Minewaki

Jenny Klemming

Per Suntum

Jantje Fleischhut

Mikiko Minewaki

2010

Hanna Hedman

Lin Cheung

Bas Bouman

Birgit Laken

Norman Weber

Gemma Draper

Kristi Paap

Alexander Blank

Klara Brynge

2009

Warwick Freeman

Iris Nieuwenburg

Jiro Kamata

Anne-Marie Bernhardt

Sara Borgegård

Erik Kuiper

Ineke Heerkens

Bettina Speckner

Sebastian Buescher

2008

Karin Seufert

Annika Åkerfelt

Karin Seufert

Peter Skubic

Lina Peterson

Anna Martinsson

Ulrich Reithofer

Ted Noten

Peter Hoogeboom

Mari Ishikawa

2007

Charlotte Ho Sook Sinding

Anne-Lene Løvhaug

Stephanie Jendis

Sonia Morel

Beppe Kessler

Pia Aleborg

FRAGMENTA 
Julia Maria Künnap
Maarja Niinemägi
Merle Kasonen
Kertu Tuberg
Kätrin Beljaev
Raili Arbus
Villu Plink
Piret Hirv
Eve Margus-Villems

Marc Monzo

Andi Gut

2006

Alexander Blank

Ruudt Peters

Xavier Ines Monclús

Mah Rana

Silke Trekel

Peter Bauhuis

Terhi Tolvanen

Svenja John

Jivan Astfalck

Anna Unsgaard

2005

Kerstin Ringedal

Fabrice Schaefer

Rian de Jong

Lucy Sarneel

Elsie-Ann Hochlin

Elsie-Ann Hochlin

Georg Dobler

Katja Prins

Lena Bergestad-Jonsson

Ramon Puig Cuyás

2004

Gunilla Grahn

Vera Siemund

Karl Fritsch

Karen Pontoppidan

Nel Linsen

Margaret West

MELLAN SKÖNHET
Agniezka Knap
Auli Laitinen
Magdalena Ringels
Charlotte Ho Sook Sinding

Lars Sture

TINNED JEWELLERY
Helena Lehtinen
Manuel Vilhena
Ingjerd Hanevold
Christoph Zellweger
Gunilla Grahn
Bettina Dittlmann/ Michael Jank
Ulrika Swärd

2003

Lena Olson

Tarja Tuupanen

Bettina Dittlmann/ Michael Jank

F.F.F.F 
Ketli Tiitsar
Berit Teeäär
Kristi Paap
Kaire Rannik
Maria Valdma

Anton Cepka

Manuel Vilhena

Castello Hansen

Gijs Bakker

Cecilia Johansson

2002

Margareth Sandström/ Eva Dora Lamm

Ruudt Peters

Barbara Paganin

Kasia Gasparski

Brit h k Rummelhoff

Annelies Planteydt

Ingjerd Hanevold

Kadri Mälk

Hnoss 5 år

2001

Peter Skubic

Helena Sandström

Jamie Bennett

Lotta Åström

Karen Ihle/ Jens Eliasen

Johanna Dahm

Petra Schou

Adam Paxon

Kim Buck

Bruce Metcalf

2000

Mona Wallström

Ari Turunen

Synnöve Korssjöen

Konrad Mehus

Onno Boekhoudt

Ulrika Swärd

Rian de Jong

Christoph Zellweger

Helena Lehtinen

1999

5 FROM DENMARK
Bodil Binner
Mette Såbye
Helle Lövig Espersen
Gudbjörg kr. Ingvarsdottir
Anderes Leed Christensen

Margareth Sandström 

Karin Johansson

Sigurd Bronger

Esther Knobel

Tore Svensson

Anette Kraen

Janicke Horn

Beppe Kessler

1998

Otto Kunzli

Kim Buck

9 FROM GÖTEBORG
Kerstin Ringedal
Margareta Lifmark
Katarina Henriksson
Lena Olson
Anna Martinsson
Gunilla Grahn
Ulrika Eliasson
Ninni Benediktsson
Karin Johansson

Christer G. Jonsson

Peter de Wit

Otto Kunzli

Andreas Treykorn

Ari Silvennoinen

Verena Sieber-Fuchs

1997

Ingjerd Hanevold

Lena Bergestad-Jonsson 

Per Suntum