Corpus Container III

Corpus Container III


The third installment of the “Corpus Container” series this time with A5 and OTSE! drawing inspiration from the performative and theatrical elements established in the previous exhibitions. The result was a series of expressive masks made from the refuse material found at the railway repair workshop in Tallinn Estonia. Swedish photographer Andreas Thorén was invited to photograph the works.

Corpus Container II

Corpus Container II


A5 and OTSE! created a second installment of of “Corpus Container” at the Lloyd Hotel and cultural embassy in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The performance and installation served as an intervention to a meeting room inside of the Hotel, and coincided with the 2012 Christmas market organized by Steinbeisser.

Corpus Container I

Corpus Container I


In November of 2005 A5 began a collaboration with Estonian artist group OTSE! (Annika Kedelauk, Nils Hint, Rainer Kassik – Aaslav) organized by Steinbeisser. The result of the ongoing project, titled “Corpus Container”, was a performance and exhibition at Gallerii HOP in Tallinn Estonia.


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Necklace: L:75 W:70 D:11 mm. (pendant size) Material: Wood, Felt, Twine

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A5 in Jerusalem at the Bezalel Academy


A5 will be visiting the Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem, Israel from the 24th to the 27th of November 2014, to lecture, teach, and install a special edition of the “Aeon Profit – Piano Forte” exhibition. Annika Pettersson and Adam Grinovich will give a three day lecture “Gordian Knot” for the students of the academy. A5 extends great thanks to friend and colleague Dana Hakim for the invitation


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A5 was formed in 2008 with the idea of connecting three artists whom shared a similar vision. Annika Pettersson, Romina Fuentes, and Adam Grinovich met while studying at the Adellab/metalformgivning department at Konstfack University. Each member maintains a career as a professional artist in the field of contemporary jewelry. A5 has since served as a forum for creative discussion and international cross-disciplinary collaboration.


A5 has worked on a variety of projects with the main goal of establishing connections with as many diverse fields as possible. It is extremely important for A5 to promote work to a large audience, collectively and individually we feed off of the viewpoint of the viewer, the relationship between objects, images, and individuals.