SEBASTIAN SCHILDT

Necklace, “Alco Tassel”, sterling silver, 18K gold, lapis lazuli and azurite. Swedish silver- and goldsmith Sebastian Schildt has created this necklace titled “Alco Tassel”. The inspiration came from reflecting upon how quickly we have adapted to the recent changes in our environment and wondering what form future adaptations might take. The previously self-evident social rituals of hugging, shaking hands or cheek kissing now seem like a thing of the past. Perhaps our new routines of physical distancing, additional hygiene measures and skipping non-essential travel are not just temporary safety measures but will gradually become the new norm.

Our need for communication remains as strong as ever though, and personal adornment has always played a significant part here. We can only imagine how the changed times will affect jewellery design specifically. Maybe physical distancing will stimulate demand for large and bold jewellery visible from afar? Or the obsession with hand sanitizer will mean finding new ways of always making sure you have sanitizer on your person, for instance by carrying it in a piece of jewellery.

Sebastian Schildt (b. 1964) resides and works in Stockholm. He runs the largest silver smithy in Sweden, which is located in The Oxenstierna Manor on Storgatan 31, Stockholm. Schildt is also the founder of his namesake gallery and is represented at Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, The Röhsska Museum in Gothenburg and The Public Art Agency. 

SOLD.

DELTAGANDE KONSTNÄRER

RU RUNEBERG

Oil pitcher and salt/ pepper container, “Chain Reaction”, sterling silver.

ÅSA PÄRSON

Textile, “Comfort”, handwoven and hand-coloured wool velvet.

ANN WOLFF

Sculpture, ”Hood”, edition 2/10, cast nickel silver.

TOVE KNUTS

Face mask, “Á la Orville Peck”, cotton, fringes, rubber bands.

ANN KARLHOLM

Wall sculpture, ”Hope”, oak, ash, maple, juniper, aspen and walnut.

MONA FÄLLBERG

Bowl, “The Shit Hits the Fan”, sterling silver, fist in bronze.

OLLE OLLS

Sculpture, “Toilet Paper Roll”, sterling silver.

CASTELLO HANSEN

Brooch, “Vanitas”, reconstituted coral, backside with black oak from a shipwreck and lock in gold and steel.

AIA JÜDES

Photograhy, “Longing for Apples”, plexi photograph mounted on a wooden light box.

CHARLOTTE MRANI

Game table, “The Peace of Home”, massive elm tree with backgammon in elm tree, birch and goat suede.

ULLA FORSELL

Sculpture, “Virus Shot / The Corona Collection”, glass.

ULRIKA SWÄRD

Sculpture, ”Waiting”, pearwood, wood stained and painted in oil.

PAMELA WILSON

Weave, “The Spring of 2020”, silk, linen, paper.

JIN-SOOK SO

Wall-mounted work, “Protection Against Evil”, Kalopanax branches, gold leaf, ink.