Fillia is a memory carrier. It is worn wrapped around a finger and it can, when whished, totally disappear inside the hand.
Fillia is meant to keep intimate emotions and remembrances close while being in public.
The bigger pouch carries a fragrance, a scented cotton ball for example, and in the other pouch there is space for a small object, a small photo,
whatever one needs to keep close.
The materials used in this series are mainly polystyrene spheres and glass beads.
These are in themselves quite insignificant, tiny elements. But through repetition these elements become in the whole, a strong new piece. They become a jewelry piece.
Polystyrene spheres, self made textile, under bra fastener
Chain Wear is a series of necklaces originally inspired on the hems of different clothes.
They are formed by semiprecious stones connected to each other by knots. All together these small pieces form one piece of jewelry that adapts itself to
the body. Chain Wear is worn almost like a piece of clothing and its connection to the body is much stronger than it is that of a traditional necklace.
Oorhangers were born of my will to wear earrings.
I did not want to pierce my ears and I wanted to wear earrings that would call attention to the whole ear and not only to its lower part.
Made with textile, packaging material and the plastic parts that hold a six-pack together.
This series is made with under-bra fasteners, garter fasteners, lace, elastic and others. The traditional ring and bracelet are here merged into an ornament that involves the
whole hand in the same subtle way that lingerie adorned the whole body for centuries, hidden by our clothes.