Sunday, January 15, 2006

Ooops

I was tempering with the set up earlier today, so if you wish to comment the last post do so here. I don't know what happened, but as far as I can see you can't leave a comment on todays posts... Ooops.

7 comments:

paula lindblom said...

What´s happend?!
I try to do some comments on your last thing, but shit happends!
I just want to say that I´m glad that you have respons on the old things on the blog. About my graffiti pieces etc. It´s nice to go back and look sometimes, to see and respons today, about yesterday...

paula lindblom said...

Hi again!
I havn´t seeing that you have put in your c/v and Maslow as links on this blog. GOOD!
Maybe we can find something about all the garbages and recycling things also?! I looking and later on I tell you if I find somethings...

Pernille said...

All new things take learning, so we'll just see what happens!

Pernille said...

OOOpppps I can't seem to make a comment by your last post Paula, so I will make it here instead.

I think the lovely thing about this space is that we can do things the way we like. There doesn't need to be any rules. This is the time you can walk right on the edge of what jewellery is. That what I think. This is a free space!?

And I like all you things, but especially the avocado, because leftovers from food and jewellery is such a strange combination.

paula lindblom said...

Nice to here your comments Pernille!
I agree, it is no rules on/in this project and to walk on the edge is really good, but sometimes I wounder...
I also like Ruudt Peters red things. It´s so fresh!

Martina Frejd said...

Have you figured out how to continue Paula? I'd like to see more of the deocan-bear-necklace and things like that, if you've made some more? You melted some caps for instance, any more of that? You wrote somewhere before that you wanted people to recognize the things you used, even if you change them (melt for instance). Maybe you should stick to that and develop the recognize-part further. I don't know if you are truly concerned about people not taking it seriously, but if you are; maybe you could find a way to make you pieces dead serious? I mean how do you get that message through? Not necessarily by changing the pieces. If you are worried about the kindergarten-look, maybe you could find someway making it really-really mature? You wondered if it is necessary to use metal in jewellery pieces so that people understand/recognise it as jewellery. Maybe you could explore that?

paula lindblom said...

Ops, like the word ops... I´m working and working with my things, and I think that I have find the point. I will use everyday plastic, melt it or transfom it and do something "new" about it, and as I say, I´m working and working and try and try... About this metal thoughts, I don´t think you need metal to show that it is a jewellery, but I think that it is interesting to think about it, where is the limit and so on.