Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Sunday, April 6, 2014

face...

Pareidoli är ett psykologiskt fenomen där en person anser sig uppfatta ett fenomen eller föremål utifrån vaga eller slumpmässiga stimuli. Vanligt förekommande exempel på pareidoli är att en person ser ansikten i föremål, moln eller andra bilder eller anser sig uppfatta dolda budskap på skivor som spelas baklänges.
Ordet kommer från grekiskans para (παρά, "vid sidan av", "istället för") som i denna kontext avser något felaktigt och eidōlon(εἴδωλον "bild", "form", "skepnad").

http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pareidoli
http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Pareidolia


This is something that I "have", I see faces all around me, every day at the tram, in the city in my home at work and so on and I have to say that I think life get a little bite more interesting and funny when I use my imagination and see this faces, I like to play with the thought and I also taking photos of all the faces, as I think many others also do, it something fascinate about this that we can see or recognize faces were they shouldn't be, I think, even if it´s our brains that play with us and looking for patterns... I don´t see the faces as some kind of hidden secret message, I just see the faces and feel happy that I can use my imagination to do it.

Gothenburg Thursday - Eriksberg...





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Jorunn Veiteberg at Röhsska museum...


Varmt välkommen till Röhsska museet föreläsningar våren 2014! 

Gunnebo, Le Corbusier, Thorild Wulff och H&M finns bland ämnena för vårens föreläsningsprogram. Vi smygstartar också programmet kring den stora sommarutställningen From the Coolest Corner: Nordic Jewellery med två samtal kring smyckekonst i april. 

På grund av ombyggnad av museets hörsal äger föredragen rum i en tillfällig föreläsningssal i den inre delen av Brolidhallen. Det är ingen extra entré till föredragen, utan den vanliga årsbiljetten till Göteborgs museer à 40 kr gäller som entré även till föredragen. Observera att antalet platser är begränsat. 

Tisdag 1 april kl 18.00 
Jorunn Veiteberg – Om samlandet av smycken 
Norska Jorunn Veiteberg är en ledande röst inom skandinavisk och internationell konsthantverksteori och gästprofessor vid Högskolan för design och konsthantverk vid Göteborgs universitet. Samtida smycken är ett av hennes specialområden, och parallellt med att skriva, forska och göra utställningar om smycken har hon byggt upp en omfattande privat samling. Här berättar hon för första gången om sin smyckesamling och om hur hon använder smycken som kommunikationsmedel, i ett samtal med Röhsska museets intendent Love Jönsson.   


Tisdag 22 april kl 18.00 
Bröderna Högberg – modernistiska silversmeder i Göteborg 
Anders och Sven-Erik Högberg, bördiga från Askersund, etablerade på 1950-talet en gemensam guld- och silversmedja i Göteborg och kom under de följande decennierna att bygga upp en stor kundkrets för sina ofta geometriskt betonade smycken. Deras arbete presenteras och diskuteras denna kväll av Röhsska museets Malin Högberg samt silversmederna Anette Rydén och Marie Magnusson. Ta gärna med egna Högbergsmycken och dela dina minnen! Arrangeras i samarbete med Röhsska museets vänförening. 

I listen to Jorunn Veitebergs speech about her privet jewellery box collection and it was a great speech I think, it´s always nice and interesting to get new angle or dive into some others jewellery world. When you are a part of this jewellery world you know more or less "all" the artist/colleges and that is very exiting think, to recognize and see "new" pieces, new angles by artists... and hear anecdotes about how she got or collect/buy/swap the jewellery she choose d to show...
It´s also very nice to say hallo to colleges that was there taking part too. To hear what's going on in their art world and so on, small talk about where we stand in our art ship right now... and so on.
This evening result in a swap between me and Märta Mattsson! I am and have been since the first day I saw Märtas pieces a big fan of her amazing, positive crazy pieces, she is sooooooooooo great!

Jorunn Vieteberg
http://stenastiftelsen.se/site/?p=2434

indoor blossom...






Happy color and shapes...

city lit... Try new thing this spring, where London learns...





Here  is one of my jewellery pieces represented in the catalogue City lit in UK, it is my college and friend that write the article. I´m very pleased to be represented there.

I got two catalogues last Friday  by mail from UK, thanks!

This necklace are in New Zealand these days. Own by Tatjana Panyoczki.



Saturday, March 29, 2014

Earth Hour...



I think this is a small thing to do for the earth, so I will light off this evening.

Earth Hour 2014 is scheduled for Saturday, March 29, from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. during participants' local time.

http://www.wwf.se/vrt-arbete/klimat/earth-hour/1415461-earth-hour-2014

https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth_hour

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth_Hour


moving...




My candy store of artistic material are moving after 44 years at the same place. I like this store very much, it´s nice prices and the had a lot of artistic material and the staff are very very helpful.  From April they will be in the other direction of the city... I´m happy they don´t close forever, just swifting place.

Brunnsparken...


Yesterday morning the ice cream shop is placed in the inner city of Gothenburg, soon the summer is here but definitely the spring has arrived.

Yesterday evening when I cross the city it was an explosion of people, hanging in every sunny corner and in the streets and squares of Gothenburg. 

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

an amazing morning!!!


This was a morning when Gothenburg showed itself from its best side.


farfalle tedesche...



What has this to do with jewellery art?! Nothing in one way but in another is it some kind of art anyway... food art may be?! I´m impressed of the stripes in this pasta, how could it be so straight stripes??? I got this pasta from my neighbors after a trip to Italy.

Saturday, March 22, 2014

from the coolest corner 8/3-11/5 2014...


http://www.etdm.ee/en/news?news_id=310

searching...


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spring light - mercilessly light...


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loooooooooooonging...





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Klippan - Lindholmen, down by the river...























Yesterday a trip by the river to act of goodness at Backa Teater.

http://www.stadsteatern.goteborg.se/backateater/

Backa teater play; act of goodness, it was a great play I think, it was many questions I took with me when I leave the theater, why do we help, why do we give??? Is it always a secret motive?! Or can you give without want something back?!
I believe that sometimes we give with a secret motive but mostly we give for feeling better and that could in itself be a secret motive but in a act of goodness.

Sometimes in my life I have heard; why are you giving or not giving?! Both the folding rate with some kind of suspiciousness that is some kind of secret motives behind my or others act.

In my own way of giving I believe that I have a pay of guilt to my grandparents, that get help to survive and escape from Germany and the second world war... At the same way that some once that help my grandfather without getting something back, I have to help as much as I can these days even if it is with a smile, a coin or some cloths or what else it could be that I can offer for another person living side by side with me...