Jokum Lind Jensen – Searching for the Essence of the Material
In this text, we are introduced to blacksmith and artist Jokum Lind Jensen, who employs ancient techniques to create contemporary sculptures in mild steel. His sculptures showcase his search for the monumental in the minute, and his curiosity towards materiality and the many possibilities it holds.
Spirals, Serendipity, and Symbiosis: Exploring the Working Processes of Metal Artists Ingvild Kristine Reinton, Miriam Johannesson, and Sofia Eriksson
In this essay by Anne Klontz we are invited to investigate the artistic practices of three artists – Ingvild Kristine Reinton, Miriam Johannesson and Sofia Eriksson – whose work with metal demonstrates the ‘outermost layer’ as a site for transformation and negotiation.
Inger Blix Kvammen: Memories in Metal
Inger Blix Kvammen's artistic practice relies on a vast number of connections with individuals and communities from around the world. Memories from her travels to Northwest Russia, to Nenets Autonomous Okrug, Southern Caucasus, Turkey and Armenia lay the foundation for the objects she constructs back home in her studio in Hessing, a few kilometres outside of Kirkenes in Finnmark, Norway. In this interview by Hilde Sørstrøm we gain a closer insight into her process.