contemporary jewellery & objects

Attack or avoid; to bite or not to bite. Similar to the situation where the fish encounters the bait, human being bumps into the thoughts almost every day - believe or be deceived. Both, the fish and the people, are exposed to doubt before they finally decide for one or the other option. Usually, we get mislead if we believe in what is not real or if we refuse to believe in what is real.

As well, modern individuals use a variety of approaches to fulfil their desires, which is, to me, similar to the principle of angling. Women and men use all kinds of tricks to seduce each other. This seduction may not only be intended in positive way and consequences, especially if the other is deceived, can be quite negative.

Based on these ideas, I asked myself whimsical questions: If fish could engage to lure humans, what tricks and baits would they use on us? How do we “hook up” with someone today? 

I consider my jewellery and objects like a lure that tricks and seduces, similar to the situation in angling where the fish encounters the bait. The notion of curiosity inspired me, as it is part of human beings who like to be tempted and apply tools to “hook up” with someone. Each of my pieces represent a metaphorical reflection based on these ideas. My jewellery and objects are created from different materials and shapes, so that people want to touch and feel them.