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Reclaimed jewellery

Sadly, every shore is a treasury. We make jewellery from marine plastic debris. Each piece is unique. Washed ashore in Norway. Seabling is a practice-based exploration of found marine plastic material in the context of discursive jewellery. 


Desember 2020 We have selected pieces for sale at Oslossupermarked

November 22 2020, Guest Zoom Lecture/Talk Pratt Instistutute, Jewelry Dept. New York

October 2020, Two necklaces featured in the editorial 'In the Hall of the Mountain King', L'Uomo Vogue

September 1-14 2020, 'Norwegian Bling', Group Exhibition at Sorgenfrigaten, Oslo, Norway

November 2019, Exhibition and Artist Talk, Clarion Hotel Munch, Oslo, Norway

October 1 2019, Panel and presentation at Pratt Institute, New York. Material Modifications: Refashioning Ocean Plastics

July 5 2020 'The Poetry of Seabling' Article by Victoria Hofmo,

3-5 June 2019, Full paper presentation at NORDES, Nordic Design Research Society conference, Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland. "Taking Care of Plastic: Discursive Jewelry and Anthropogenic Debris".

Feature Article in The Creative Industry Brief "Seabling - En subtil pekefinger". 15.05.2019. 

Feature article in The Chromarty, February 2, 2019. "We are not saving the world".

February 26th 2019: Talks and Exhibition at Artistic Research Symposium at Kristiania University College, Oslo, Norway.

June 13 2018. Article, NRK "Skal bygge 100 m² stor katedral av havplast: Her er fem interessante prosjekter som lager kunst av havplast". 

May 15-17 2018. "Precious Trash: Discursive Jewellery, Ocean Plastic and Digital Mediational Refinement".

Paper presented at the symposium "Jewelry in the 21st Century: Digital meets Handmade" at Fashion Institute of Technology, in collaboration with Politecnico di Milano, New York City. 

Jan 8 2018 'Every Shore is a Treasury'. Artist Talk and workshop at Westerdals: Oslo School of Art Communication and Technology, Oslo, Norway. 

Nov 22 2017  Unconference Programme, Srishti Insitute of Art, Design and Technology, Bengaluru, India. Cumulus Conference "Letters to the Future"

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Looking closely

When taking a closer look at every plastic piece, we see cracks, texture, color nuance, differences in opacity and a whole spectrum of material qualities. Forms are generated by a range of forces we do not control. We experience jewellery as an open and interesting discursive platform for the exploration of marine plastic debris. Plastic is a versatile material. But astray in nature it undermines the conditions for life on this planet.

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