'I tangled up the wool to annoy my mother' necklace
Nylon cord with a central core that allows the wearer to change the shape of the piece. Warning: quite addictive to play with!
Hanging length 32cm (overall length 64cm).
Swiss artist Kiko Gianocca explores materiality and form using a wide range of media such as porcelain, resin, felt and precious metals. He was the recipient of the Swiss Design Prize in 2007.
“To create objects is exploring what is around me and effect me. To manipulate materials and to develop new forms is a sort of documentation. In the making, conscious and unconscious meet and the resulting objects become the refuge of thoughts, memories, joy and fears.”