“Jewelry. The craft provides a base. It represents a starting point from where to deal with things, organize them and make a ritual out of what is occurring.
Jewels are just the tool. The big project is the attempt to understand through the making of them. Pieces appear according to my most immediate needs. Which turns the manipulated matter into a map of my reality.”
Born in 1973, Monzó studied jewelry at the Massana School in Barcelona, Spain. His work is represented and shown in galleries and museums across Europe, the United States, and Asia since 1997. His work is published in general and specialized press and books, as well as a monographic volume, Marc Monzó Jeweler.