Joke makes all kinds of things. Things like jewelry, and things like collections of things she finds.
Joke doesn’t really use her ears for making things, but she does listen to the sounds around her when she walks around, collecting things. She collected stones recently on a beach in France. She hears the sound of the waves while she works with them.
Joke takes lots and lots of pictures with her phone. It can be seen as an extension of her eyes.
Her eyes are essential. Joke uses them for making the things she makes, and for collecting the things she collects.
Joke doesn’t use her feet directly for making things, but she does use them for walking in nature, collecting stones and other beautiful things. Later on she uses these things to make objects, like jewelry.
Like almost all people who make things Joke uses her hands all the time.
Joke uses her head to think about things to make or to collect, and to look at those things. She doesn’t really have to communicate about the things she makes since makes them for herself.
This is Joke’s workshop. It may look like a mess, but if you look closely you’ll see that it’s tightly ordered.
Joke makes things because she likes making things. The things she makes grow. This project started out because she found a spool knitting set. And while she was working with it she found these pebbles on a beach in France. And combined they form these strings. She’s not sure what their final form will be. She’s figure out later. All of her work is repetitive.
At the moment this knitting spool set is the tool she’s mostly working with.