I work predominantly in the field of contemporary jewelry, through my work I explore traditional jewelry and reinterpret classical shapes in the light of today. My starting point is often an iconic jewelry theme that I investigate with different techniques and methods. My work is developed through intimate material knowledge and it often embodies the sublime and the transcendent nature of jewelry.


Within my practice I have two main focuses, one is my own personal practice, where I am in total control of the process and I focus on the individual jewelry piece and I often work with series of jewelry. I also do collaborative work, I am one of the founding members of the group A5, an artistic collaborative focused on adornment, the body, and jewelry in cultural contexts. The Jewellery Dinner is another collaboration project that focuses on jewelry, performance and critical discourse. For me, as a maker, it is of great importance to have the two different sides in my practice, the focused personal practice and experimental collaborations.


I create jewelry according to tradition and I masters the skill of identifying and isolating preciousness in a world where much has become indistinguishable. This is done not with the tense precision of a goldsmith, but rather with the gut reaction of a laborer. A hunter understands the physics of his weapon only in a visceral sense, a carpenter learns through physical repetition. This sincere understanding is a prominent aesthetic in my work. Where knowledge becomes divorced from education and instead bonded to the physical activities.


My practice involves tradition craft techniques such as silversmithing, woodworking as well as new techniques such as 3d-printing and 3d-scanning. I build upon and extend my understanding and use of traditional craft practices by applying different working methods. I find beauty in the act of creating and as a jeweler I often think through making. I create large amounts of material try-outs during my process and they get distilled and refined as the process prolongs.


An overarching theme in my work is repetition and appropriation, I often work with modular techniques that I apply to different materials. My most current project “Glitch in the copy” is a body of work explores the noise artifact created by digital reproduction. This series of brooches was a part of a one-year research project at Konstfack University in Stockholm, Sweden. Today we live in a copy-paste culture and the way we look at concepts like the original and the copy that has been altered along with our societies cultural change. In this project, I am questioning how this change of perspective has affected the way we look at contemporary craft and jewelry in relation to authorship, technique, and production.



2016 – 2017 Research Lab Craft, Konstfack university, Stockholm, Sweden

2007 – 2009 Master degree Jewellery, Konstfack, Ädellab, Stockholm, Sweden

2004 – 2008 Bachelor degree Jewellery, Konstfack, Ädellab, Stockholm, Sweden

2002 – 2004 Metalcraft, Stenebyskolan, Dalslånged, Sweden

2001 – 2002 Art, Ölandsfolkhögskola, Skogsby, Öland, Sweden


2017-2018 Pedagogy for university education, Konstfack university, Stockholm, Sweden

2017-2018  Art history, Stockholm university, Stockholm, Sweden



2018 “Digital meets handmade” Fashion institute of technology, New York, USA


2017 “Repetition in motion” Brooklyn Metalworks, New York, USA

2017 “Glitch in the copy” Konstfack, Stockholm, Sweden

2016 “The dinner” Svarta havet, Konstfack, Stockholm, Sweden

2016 “Artist presentation”, Tallinn Applied arts triennial, Tallinn, Estonia

2016 “Introduction of HD-treasure”, Zimmerhof, Bad Rappenau, Germany

2016 “Copy” svarta havet, Konstfack, Stockholm, Sweden

2014 “Objects in motion” at Kunstakademiet Oslo, Norway

2014 "Material relations"at Bezalel academy, Jerusalem, Israel

2014 “Blacksphere” for Foxhole Valveil at Minibar Artist Space, Stockholm, Sweden.

2012 “Artist presentation”, Tallinn Applied arts triennial, Tallinn, Estonia

2011   “Checks and balances”, Konstfack, Stockholm, Sweden


2017 “Hate Material” 4 week at Konstfack university, Stockholm, Sweden

2017 “Rings” at Brooklyn Metalworks, New York, USA

2016 “Narcissus and echo” 5 week at Konstfack university, Stockholm, Sweden

2015 “Hate material” 4 week at Konstfack university, Stockholm, Sweden

2015   “Artistic processes” 4 weeks  Konstfack university, Stockholm, Sweden

2014    “Gordian knot” 1 week at Bezalel academy, Jerusalem, Israel


2016 Organizing the 48th Zimmerhof symposium, with Florian Milker and Adam Grinovich

2016 Organizing Social club HD_treasure, for Current Obsession, Munich, Germany

2015 Participation in Social club - Lost weekend by Current Obsession, Munich, Germany

2014 - 2017 Studio manager for design collective “Humans since 1982” Stockholm, Sweden

2013 Guest designer for IOU Design / Hanoi, Vietnam.

2012 Organizing POP-UP Lectures, Platform, Stockholm, Sweden

2010 - 2012 Lead administrator Platform Stockholm gallery and artist collective, Stockholm, Sweden     

2010 Studio assistant to Christoph Zellweger, Zurich Switzerland

2010 Gallery assistant Gallery Platina, Stockholm, Sweden

2009 Assisting Ruudt Peters during Lingam exhibition, Stockholm, Sweden


2016 Founding the platform for critical discourse called The Dinner, together with Mia Maljojoki

2013 Founding the design collective Critical +, together Adam Grinovich  and Charles Mathis

2008 Founding the group A5, together with Adam Grinovich and Romina Fuentes


2017 “Craft Council's 6th European Triennial of Contemporary Jewellery catalogue, Mons, Belgium  

2017 “Schmuck catalogue 2017”, Internationale Hantwerksmesse, Munich, Germany

2015 Beijing International Jewelry Exhibition, Catalogue, Beijing, China

2015 “Crafted objects in Flux”, Boston museum of fine arts

2015 “A eon profit” – Piano forte, Publication for exhibition Atta gallery

2014 “WAYWO what are you working on”, Jacquelyn Davis for Örebro konsthall

2013 “Swedish contemporary art jewellery” Arvinius + Orfus Publishing

2013 “Current Obsession” vol 2, through Charon Kransen

2013 Issue #2 -  “What the Shop?” publication Vienna Austria

2012 “From the Coolest Corner” Arnoldsche Art Publishers, Stuttgart, Germany.

2012 “ALLA”, Jewellery Against Xenophobia” Stockholm, Sweden.

2010 “Innovative Materials” Contemporary Jewellery Design” CYP International Ltd.

2010 “Konstslöjssalongen 2009” Catalogue, Röhska musseet, Gothenburg, Sweden

2009 “International graduate show”, Catalogue, Gallery Marzee, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

2009 “The Konstfack degree exhibition 2009”, Catalogue Konstfack University

2008 “Talente” Catalogue, Internationale Hantwerksmesse, Munich, Germany

2007 “The Konstfack degree exhibition 2007”, Catalogue Konstfack University



2018 “HD” Atta gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

The dinner #5” Current obsession, Lovelace, Munich, Germany  

"Photocopy”, Current obsession, Lovelace, Munich, Germany

“Craft of Contemporary jewelery” Gustavbergskonstahll, Sweden

“Metall+metall” Seneby konsthall, Dalslånged, Sweden

“Frame”, Platina, Internationale Handwerk Messe, Munich

“Art Palm beach” by Charon Kransen Art, West palm beach, USA


“Art basel Miami” by Charon Kransen Art, Miami, USA

“Revisited” Gustavsbergs konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden,

“Craft Council's 6th European Triennial of Contemporary Jewellery“*, Mons, Belgium

“EDIT 2.0“, Gallery Thomas Mann, New Orleans, USA

“Schmuck“, Munich, Germany

“HD- treasure“, Studio S, Munich, Germany

“Tallinn applied arts triennial“*, Tallinn, Estonia

“Frame”, Platina, Internationale Handwerk Messe, Munich


“Sampla samla sätta samman“, Västerås konsthall*, Västerås, Sweden

“The dinner“, Platina, Stockholm, Sverige

“Smyckeskonst på svenskt tenn“, Svensk tenn, Stockholm, Sweden

“Bling bling“*, nationalmuseum, kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden.

“Strålkastare“ Platina, Stockholm, Sweden

“The Dinner“, Kulturzentrum Giesinger Bahnhof , Munich, Germany

“Frame“, Platina, Internationale Handwerk Messe, Munich


“Beijing International Jewelry Exhibition“, Beijing, China

“Platina @”, Galeria Thomas Cohn, Sao Paolo, Brazil

“A eon profit Piano forte”*, Gallery ATTA, Bangkok, Thailand

“Crafted: Objects in Flux” Museum of Fine Arts, Boston* – MA USA

“SNAG 2015”, Charon Kransen Art, Boston, USA

“Feed the creator”*, Lost_weekend, Munich, Germany

“EDIT@editbar”, Editbar, Boston, USA

"The Grass Is Always Greener Overseas", Internationale Hantwerksmesse, Munich, Germany

“Feed the creator“, Lost weekend, Munich, Germany

“The grass is always greener“, Platina, Stockholm, Sweden

“From the coolest corner“, Gallery hantverk, Munich, Germany


“A sense of a place”, Konstfack, Stockholm, Sweden

“Aeon Profit – Piano Forte” Velvet Da Vinci, San Francisco, CA USA*

"Platina: 15 Years Of Jewellery Art", Färgfabriken, Stockholm, Sweden

“Contemporary Swedish art jewellery“, Gallery Anna H, Gothenburg, Sweden

“Contemporary Swedish art jewellery“, Nivå 125, Båstad, Sweden

“From the coolest corner“, Röhsska Museet, Gothenburg, Sweden

"From the coolest corner", Vilnius Picture Gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania

"From the coolest corner", Museum of Applied Art and Design, Tallinn, Estonia

“Frame”, gallery Platina, Internationale Hantwerksmesse, Munich, Germany


“Aeon profit Piano Forte“*, Velvet da Vinci, San Francisco, USA

“Frame“, Platina, Munich, Germany

“Swedish Jewellery“, Platina, Sweden

“SOFA Chicago“, By Charon Kransen, Chicago, USA

“What the Shop?” Schönbrunner Straße 11, Vienna, Austria

“Corpus Container 3”* Parallell Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden

“Expo 2”* Het Wilde Weten, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

“Expo 1*” Peter Klashorst gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

“Aspectivity” Galleri Mejan, Stockholm, Sweden

“Frame“, Platina, Internationale Hantwerksmesse, Munich, Germany

“Coolest corner” Museum of Decorative Arts and Design, Oslo, Norway

“Coolest corner” Design museum Denmark, Copenhagen, Denmark

"From the coolest corner" Design Museum Helsinki, Finland


“Merry Jewellery” Gallery Platina, Stockholm, Sweden

“Corpus Container 2”* Lloyd hotel, Amsterdam, Holland

“Corpus Container” 1* Hop Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia

“Tallinn Applied Arts Triennia”* Tallinn, Estonia

“Koru 4”*, Imatra Taidemuseo, Imatra, Finland

“Alla” Röskska museet, Gothenburg, Sweden / Form/ Design Center, Malmö, Sweden

“Expo” Gallery slang”, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

“Taste-Sweet, Sour”, Salty, Bitter, Sur gallery, Stockholm, Sweden

“The state of things”, Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany

“Frame”, Platina, Internationale Hantwerksmesse,Munich, Germany


“Improvisation”*, Steinbeisser Lloyd, Amsterdam, Holland

“ALLA”, Stockholm, Kiruna, Boden, Malmö and Göteborg, Sweden

“Chain Letter”, Shoahana Wayne Gallery, Los Angeles, USA

“Vem bär vad”*, Konsthall C, Stockholm, Sweden

“LOOK”, Gallery Caroline Van Hoek, Munich, Germany

“Frame”*, Platina, Munich, Germany


“New Traditional Jewellery”, Villa Bengel, Idar Oberstein, Germany / The Museum of Modern -

“New Traditional Jewellery”ArtArnhem, The Netherlands, SIERAAD, Amsterdam, Holland

“Aeon profit - Piano forte”*, Platina, Stockholm, Sweden

“SOFA west”, By Charon Kransen, Santa Fe, U.S.A

“It’s a Jewel-not a doll, Platina, Stockholm, Sweden

“Konstslöjdsalongen 2010”, Röhsska museet, Gothenburg, Sweden


“Porn”*, Galleria Johan S, Helsinki, Finland

“For long and faithful duty”, Platina, Stockholm, Sweden

“International Graduation Show”, Gallery Marzee, Nijmegen, Holland

“Function and fiction”, Engelska magasinet”, Rejmyre, Sweden

“Konstfack Master degree Exhibition”, Konstfack, Stockholm, Sweden

“Squatting Corpus”, Munich, Germany     


“Exhibition 1”*, Vita havet, Konstfack, Sweden

“Brain food”, Gustavsberg, Stockholm, Sweden

“Talente”, Int Handwerksmesse, Munich /Germany


“Excursions”, Munich, Germany

“Touch Down”, Vita havet, Stockholm, Sweden


“Konstfack Bachelor degree Exhibition”, Konstfack, Stockholm, Sweden

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