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Sylvia JOKELOVA

Contact : Zlatá 638/26 967 01 Kremnica - Slovaquie

Ph. 00 421 903 207 401

sylviajokelova@hotmail.com
 
In my work, i focus on daily situations, particularly on conventions and stereotypes in all areas of life. I strive to break the rules and challenge them by directing them to absurdity or to unusual situations. I enjoy creating art that is somewhere between acceptable and unacceptable limits, good and bad taste, art and pseudo art, design and not-design. On the other hand, I emphasize that above limits are nothing more than a convention that people have set once.


DATE OF BIRTH
15 December 1973


EDUCATION

1988 - 1992
Secondary School of Applied Arts in Kremnica, course: Restoration
1992 - 1998
Academy of Fine Arts and Design, major: Metal Works and Jewellery
since 1999
lecturer at the Department of Product Design, Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Bratislava


PARTICIPATION IN SYMPOSIA

1993
nd summer workshop of artistic jewellery, Kremnica
1994
international symposium of artistic jewellery, Turnov, Czech Republic
1995
international symposium of artistic jewellery, Braunwald, Switzerland
1996
international symposium of artistic jewellery "ARS ORNATA EUROPEANA", Bratislava
1999
triple symposium "Art in a Spa Town”, Štrbské pleso, Slovakia
2000
international symposium of artistic jewellery “Imaginary Line”, Šamorín, Slovakia
2002
international symposium of artistic jewellery “Imaginary Line II”, Kremnica, Slovakia
2005
international symposium of artistic jewellery, Kremnica, Slovakia


EXHIBITIONS

1995
“Play on Body”, St. Gallen, Switzerland
1996
Biennale of Industrial Design "BIO", Ljubljana, Slovenia
1998
“Small and Special”, Toronto, Canada
“Glass - Ceramics – Jewellery”, East Slovak Gallery, Košice, Slovakia
Students of the Department Metal Works and Jewellery at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, Bazovský Gallery, Trenèín, Slovakia
“Design 98”, House of Technics, Bratislava, Slovakia
1999
“Talents 99”, Munich, Germany
“Not Really”, Gallery Medium , Bratislava, Slovakia
“Erotic Jewellery”, North Czech Museum, Czech Republic
2000
“440 ml for Elisabeth”, manor house Èachtice, Slovakia
“Art Closely”, House of Artists, Vienna, Austria
2001
Antiautosalon“, Detroit, USA
“Jewellery – the New Generation”, Dunajská streda, Slovakia
“Jewellery - the New Generation”, Slovak National Gallery, Vermes villa, Dunajská Streda
“Imaginary Line”, Gallery Stosshimmel, Vienna, Austria
“It’s not a bag like a bag”, Design Studio Ú¼UV, Bratislava
“Jewellery – the New Generation”, Embassy of the Slovak Republic, London, Great Britain
2003
“Bride“, Gallery Ján Koniarek – Synagogue, Trnava, Slovakia
„Imaginary Line II“, Gallery Medium, Bratislava, Slovakia
„Where is east and westwhere is east and west?“, OXOXO Gallery, Baltimore, USA
Imaginary Line II“, Blumberg, Vienna, Austria
2004
“ New Tradition – Neue Traditionen – Nové Tradície, Österreichische Werkstätten, Vienna, Austria
“DESIGNMAI”, Berlin, Germany
“Talente 1994 -2004, Gallery Veža, Bratislava, Slovakia
“Biennale Internationale Design 2004 Saint Étienne”, France
“Henkel CEE Art Award 2004“ – for experimental design, exhibition of the nominees, Palais Porcia, Vienna, Austria
2005
REDESIGN EUROPE, Museum für Komunikation, Berlin, Germany
Talents 1993 – 2003, Slovak Institute in Prague, Czech Republic
Milky Way Confrontation, Designblok 05, Prague, Czech Republic


INDENPEDENT EXHIBITIONS

2002
“Design from behind the Stove”, Design Studio Ú¼UV, Bratislava


OTHER ACTIVITIES

2000
establishing the association ZOOM www.zoom-art.sk
2000 – 2001
realization of the cross-boarder co-operation of Austrian and Slovak artists “Imaginary Line“, financially supported by the European Union programme PHARE
2002 - 2003
realization of the cross-boarder co-operation of Austrian and Slovak artists “Imaginary Line financially supported by the European Union programme PHARE




bookcase

magazine stand

tray

photo stand

vase

bowl

emergency lighting Design from behind the stove coll.

photo frame Design from behind the stove coll.

flashlight Design from behind the stove coll.

lamps Design from behind the stove coll.

floor lamp Design from behind the stove coll.

radio Design from behind the stove coll.

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