Lena Birgitsdotter and Eva Ingemarsson

Jewellery Artist/Coreographer and dancer
Atalante Dance Theatre, Gothenburg, Sweden
Stenungsund and Göteborg, Sweden
Aerial Cube
Two different art forms, art jewelry and dance. This scenic work strives to meet the body, the dancer, the room and the audience. Lena Birgitsdotter has been creating a metallic cube that can be rearranged into an infinite number of forms. As a dancer and choreographer, Eva Ingemarsson has encountered the fixed form of the cube, its lines and geometrical shadow play. In the encounter with the cube, sometimes the dancer becomes a bearer of this gigantic jewelry, and sometimes the jewelry carries the dancer. Sometimes the cube is a kind of vehicle taking the dance to new angles. Eva Ingemarsson is the dancer in this piece, a choreography for the form of the body and for the jewelry as a necklace, brooch or a room to enter.
Aerial cube, Brooch
10 x 10 cm
14 k gold and 925 sterling silver
2018
Modernism painting and architechture are great inspiration to me. I limited myself in this process to only work with straightened metal wire. One day I had created a box out of steel wires, with moveable corners. A piece of flexible geometry. But I could fold it into numerous new forms. I put it on my wrist as a bangle, made one more as a necklace and one more as for the whole body to walk into! I was fascinated about this geometric 3D-object flip, becoming flat as 2D and back into 3D again when looking at it. I then made it more exclusive and wearable in 14 k gold and 925 sterling silver to be worn as a necklace.
Aerial Cube, Object
34 x 34 x 34 cm
Brass
2018
Modernism painting and architechture are great inspiration to me. I limited myself in this process to only work with straightened metal wire. One day I had created a box out of steel wires, with moveable corners. A piece of flexible geometry. But I could fold it into numerous new forms. I put it on my wrist as a bangle, made one more as a necklace and one more as for the whole body to walk into! I was fascinated about this geometric 3D-object flip, becoming flat as 2D and back into 3D again when looking at it. I then made it more exclusive and wearable in 14 k gold and 925 sterling silver to be worn as a necklace or a brooch.This object is made of brass and work as a interior and exterior object of art.