Hilde Foks, Fractiles, necklace, 2015, glas, nylon
Hilde Foks, Fractiles, necklace, 2015, glas, nylon

Hilde Foks, object, 2016, silver, nylon
Hilde Foks, object, 2016, silver, nylon
Hilde Foks, Fractiles, necklace, 2015, glas, nylon
Hilde Foks, Fractiles, pendants, 2015, glas, nylon

Hilde Foks has been working for years with metal spiral springs in her spatial and flexible jewellery. They have become her trade mark. A new development is her use of glass rods instead of springs, which create similar spatial qualities and flexibility while opening up a new world of possibilities through this material’s wide variety in form, colour, shine and transparency. Her experiments and investigation of these possibilities has provided the foundation for the collection on display. There are rings constructed in the same manner as a football which can be worn in different ways on your finger. Necklaces, which caress the neck in a geometric pattern or describe the space around it. And transparent objects and forms which can also be worn as pendants. Hilde’s new jewellery is a joy for wearers and observers and symbolize resilience and fragility.