For me, jewellery improvisations are a mode of self-presentation and self-discovery. They cultivate a sense of identity. Spontaneously, and improvised using simple means, I wear, experience and stage jewellery on my body. In so doing I am completely at one with the moment, entering into a reciprocal and provocative dialogue with my surroundings and my physicality.
I experiment with my surroundings; explore and show various facets of my personality and lead myself to my own boundaries. In this way, jewellery becomes an artistic and personal form of expression that allows momentary snapshots and images of moods to emerge: jewellery in motion – my play with attitude.