Glass on the Human Body
Interaction – Glass on the human body.
The glass objects move between the boundaries of fine and applied art. A clear function cannot be identified. Accessories, jewellery and sculptural character are combined. They are “wearable” in the truest sense of the word. It is a performative wearing, whereby interactions of subject and object arise, which affect habitus and space and at the same time redefine them. Fields of tension arise on several levels; within the objects, the relationship between glass volume and human body, as well as in communication with the recipient and the environment.