Jokum Lind Jensen

Jokum Lind Jensen

University Gothenburg Sweden


I think, or maybe rather I sense, that my objects force, or the presence they have in any given surrounding, is connected primarily with the directed and contemplated force involved in making them. The material I use is dead to me, or at least slumbering, before it is heated and worked, molded, forced into the shapes that I try to control, but that to some extents are unpredictable and uncontrollable within my work process.

Involved in the making are many considerations about line, composition, color, size, weight etc. but underlying all that is a longing from my side to find and expose a dark, heavy, all-embracing, intense presence, that to me is the epitome of the force of the object.



Jokum Lind Jensen is a Danish blacksmith living and working in western Sweden. Having completed an HND at Herefordshire College of Art 1997 he set up his own workshop I Copenhagen, working mainly as a restoration blacksmith. From 2010 to 2014 he finished both a BA and a MAA at HDK- Valand/Metal art, Sweden. Since 2017 he lives in Fengersfors, Sweden, where he divides his time between teaching at various universities and craft schools, researching historical metalwork, making contemporary crafts objects, and undertaking various commissions both private and public.


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