I (she/her) am a visual artist working in a variety of media. Most of my works are craft-based explorations of different themes. The resulting objects tend to walk the line between critical design and art.
I often explore and reflect on various themes through the medium of jewellery. Jewellery is particularly well suited to reflecting on socially relevant issues because of its almost automatic inherent reference to identity.

Many of the objects shown here are body-related but not necessarily wearable.

Archive of Possibilities

I (1990°) completed my apprenticeship as a state-certified goldsmith at theState Drawing Academy (Staatliche Zeichenakademie) in Hanau (DE) in January 2012. In the same year, I began studying jewellery design at the Hochschule Wismar University of Applied Sciences Technology, Business and Design (DE), graduating in January 2017 as a Diplom-Designerin (Fachhochschule).

In the following years, I worked as a freelancer, was part of a producer gallery and received first teaching assignments. In September 2018, I returned to Hochschule Wismar for a part-time teaching position, being primarily involved in teaching within the basic education of jewellery and product design students.

In 2019, I joined the PXL-MAD School of Arts (BE) for master's studies (Jewellery Design & Gold and Silversmithing), graduating in June 2020 as Master of Arts (MA) in Visual Arts.

Subsequently, I returned to Hochschule Wismar as a part-time lecturer. Here I worked until the end of October 2021.

On November 1, 2021, I started as a PhD student at UHasselt, Faculty of Architecture and Arts and PXL-MAD School of Arts in Hasselt (BE) with BOF funding (BOF21DOC04).
The title of my research is An Act of Deviation: When Objects Carry Memories. Research on Deviation as an Artistic Strategy to Reflect on the Relationship Between Jewellery, Identity and Memory.

2020 — Master Degree in Visual Arts / PXL-MAD School of Arts in Hasselt (BE)

2017 — Diplom (FH) in Jewellery Design / Hochschule Wismar (DE)

2012 — State-certified Goldsmith / Staatliche Zeichenakademie Hanau (DE)
Upcoming talks and exhibitions:

MIDTERM at MAD Gallery (PXL-MAD School of Arts Hasselt, Gebouw G, Elfde-Liniestraat 25, 3500 Hasselt, BELGIUM)
(click here for the exact opening days and hours)

19.09.2023 (5pm)
Guided tour of the MIDTERM exhibition at MAD Gallery
(click here to register in advance)

Wie wat vindt heeft slecht gezocht at Atelier David Gotlib (Antwerpen, BELGIUM)
(more info soon)