These days I’m reliving my childhood again. As I moved back to my village from the capital after many years, everything is familiar, but a little bit new. Quarantine Jewellery is a visual diary and an alternative way to visualize my home by objects. I’m creating jewelleries every day by only using materials I find in my home and its immediate surrondings. I’m researching the ambivalence of isolation, reinterpretation of everyday objects, exploring the boundaries of jewellery.