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Gina Joseph tells us how staying rooted to our ancient culture makes her jewellery brand, Zola, one of a kind.

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Gina Joseph tells us how staying rooted to our ancient culture makes her jewellery brand, Zola, one of a kind.

For an artist, Gina does not surprise us with the many places she has visited, and the many people she has met. From these experiences, she accumulates inspiration from various elements
including Western art, temple architecture, crafts and rural art, and cultural heritage that finally end up as statement pieces of jewellery dangling from a woman’s ears or rest with pride on her décolletage. We catch up with Gina who shares stories on how her jewellery is adorned with rich cultural history and craftsmanship that has lived through many generations.

Zola is an interesting name. What is the story behind choosing this name?

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Gina Joseph

Zola, in Italian, means a piece of earth. Inspired by the art, architecture and culture of India, I fuelled it with my passion for jewellery designing and worked towards a small collection along with the wood carvers of Raghurajpur in Odisha. It was exciting to create these uniquely-styled and artistically-beautiful necklaces for my Indian Art project and I wanted to explore further. As a result, Zola was born.

You said that you prefer to wear art rather than own art. What’s your intrinsic connection with jewellery?

I have always believed that jewellery is one of the most powerful vehicles of self-expression and celebration of your personal style. Jewellery in India has always fascinated me and the tales from its rich cultural heritage and folklore; from colours, from emotions, from passion, from fine workmanship, from seamless Indian beauty – all that I wanted to explore with Zola.

Using influences from Western and Indian art, how are they both fused and distinct at the same time while designing your jewellery?

I have studied both Indian and Western art when I did my post graduation in Arts Management. But my work for Zola has been based on only Indian arts and crafts with an exception of one collection that I created drawing inspiration from some of the famous works of Western art over different periods. I consciously work only with the traditional motifs, techniques and colours that the craft has been originally used in over the years. Only the form changes; necklaces, earrings, neck collars, waistbands, etc. I feel it is essential to keep the craft intact and not tampered with as each piece of Zola has anything between 500 to 5,000 years of history that comes from our country’s rich art and craft heritage.

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From Dhokra to Pattachitra to Toda embroidery, there’s a stunning trace of craftsmanship. How were you inspired by these art forms? Any indelible experience and lessons from your travels?

My most memorable experience with Zola has to be my first workshop in Orissa which happened quite by chance when I went to the Crafts Council Of India (CCI ) office to show some of my pieces to the Chairperson Gita Ram. She liked my work and asked me to go for a five-day workshop to Bhubaneshwar, Orissa. I had no prior experience of jewellery design or conducting workshops with
artisans. It was her trust in me and my work that was the stepping stone for Zola.

I was really nervous initially but once I was right there working with the 10 women artisans, things just flowed naturally and we created about 70 new designs of earrings, necklaces, chokers and anklets in those five days. It’s been almost two years since I started Zola. Very recently one of my artisans told me that he could now afford better education for his two children and also improve his standard of living significantly after he started working with me.

Another artisan from Andhra said he has started paying part of his house loan from the earnings of Zola. In Orissa, the women artisans I work with have promised to continue sending their daughters to school as a part of the income goes towards the girl child’s education.

You have played an important role in conducting workshops to showcase the talent of rural and folk artisans. In  turn, what lessons were you able to grasp from them?

Working with rural crafts like leather puppetry and Patachitra has made me realise how important it is to preserve culture and heritage and this will happen only if we provide employment
opportunities for the craftsmen. Giving these artisans grants and funds is like putting a band-aid on the issues and not a solution, so it is very important to educate the public about crafts and arts of our country.

We are not taught cultural history in schools but only the political history is focused upon. Preservation is not just the job of art museums or organisations, it starts from the very grassroots, in your own homes by educating yourself and your children about it.

Art is so intertwined with architecture and culture. What common thread have you found?

My first collection was inspired by the beautiful women found in Indian temple architecture The common thread in all my jewellery is India – its culture, history, literature, colours and architecture. I have always been inspired by motifs that emerged from these themes.

How would you like to define the woman who chooses and adorns Zola?

What sets her apart Zola aims to break the present day culture fixated on certain ideas of ‘beauty’ and make women less vulnerable to outside approval and more confident in their own skin. A
woman who celebrates her uniqueness, freedom, sensuality and individuality is the Zola woman.

Quickies

A movie that had an iconic
jewelry piece you cannot resist?

Jodha Akbar. Also, Mira Nair’s
Kamasutra, the jewellery in the
movie was very sensually used
for adornment.

If you had to work with a
different medium apart from
metal, what would you look into?

I already work with wood, seed,
textile and leather. I would like to
explore glass and ceramic too.

Celebrities with good taste of
jewellery?

Beyonce, Rekha, Vidya
Balan, Sonam Kapoor

A great tip for pulling off jewelry?

Just be yourself and totally own
the look!

Words by Atheena Wilson and Photos by Various Sources

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[email protected] and their move towards making waste a resource

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RECYCLE. RE-USE. UP-CYCLE.

[email protected] is a Kochi based  NGO  working to make waste a resource.  Their aim is to work towards a waste-free future where utilization becomes the norm. Their core area of interests is – Recycling, Reusing, and Upcycling. [email protected] opens up with WtzupKochi and tells us more about how it all began and about their upcoming projects.

 

  1. What influenced you to start this organization?-

Back in 2006 we did some Clean Ups in tourist sports with volunteers but found there was no “taker” for what is cleaned up,  again seeing the roads strewn with plastic garbage, we felt we need to get something going

 

  1. What are the key indicators you use to measure your impact?

The number of houses, weights coming in, weights sorted, weights sent for recycling, weights sent for upcycling are few of the indicators that we use to determine the result.

 

  1. Any specific NGOs that have influenced you to start [email protected]?-

Not sure about this

 

  1. What makes you stand out from other NGOs?

We quantify and document everything we do and we have an entire operation for upcycling and recovery

 

  1. In hindsight, what do you think of the people’s involvement in environmental initiatives and waste management? What have you learned in the process of engaging citizens?

Takes time, a community based social change takes a lot of time. It involves an unlearning first before the learning can happen, public prefers to blame authorities for whatever they generate as waste

  1. What are your upcoming projects?

Mostly the upcycling project, we have an SMS reminder for households, we make the community responsible for waste its members generate, as part of the reduction strategy for plastic

 

  1. Do you think middle-class awakening and voluntarism, which have played a major role in neighborhood waste management over the years, have died out?

Some residents do take responsibility and initiative and so far we have 24 independent residents associations that have the so-called “awakening”

 

  1. How would you bring this activity to the attention of the society? For instance, you would want people to use cloth bags over plastic, but often, people forget about it and continue using plastic bags. How do you deal with such things?

Frankly speaking, such habits do not change overnight, even by force it won’t change, what is needed is the concern. In Kerala especially, what is lacking is the concern.

 

  1. What are the hurdles you faced to enhance the habit of reusing and recycling?

Easy access to plastic, low cost of plastic, lack of concern

 

  1. Does your organization have both employees and volunteers? What kind of support are you getting from the people of Kochi?

A few of them are employed, most of them are volunteers, at the grass root level- from door to door collection, sorting etc. We have SHG models. Public support from the people of Kochi? Oh yes, we get some “likes” on our FB page.

 

  1. You are doing great in Kochi. Do you have any plans for expanding your business to other cities?

Not too keen on expanding, because, it takes too much of a toll on our energy and leaves us drained. It is an uphill struggle and since neither the state nor the central govt has no intention of funding such operations, we have no plans to expand.

 

  1. Do you think people have started changing? How do you gain support from the community?

Yes, the change has definitely started but like I said it is a change that moves at snail’s pace.

 

  1. Your NGO is also associated with social entrepreneurship like promoting or selling eco-friendly bags. Who is your target audience? How is the response? 

Our target audience is mostly college students and parents of school kids.The response is very heartening.

 

     14. What significant changes do you foresee in the near future?

 Not in the near future, but in the distant future people would accept that global warming, climate change, pollution, deforestation are all happening for real. But by then it could be too take. Okhi was enough writing on the wall, it’s almost like people are waiting for a major calamity before they actually realize that we ourselves are killing our marine life, polluting our oceans and the Delhi air pollution is not too distant from happening in Kochi.

Let us all try and contribute our little bit towards making this world a better place to live in.

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Tovino Thomas about ‘Tharangam’ with FWD Life

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A chat with actor Tovino Thomas about his new upcoming film ‘Tharangam’

Text Credits: Nikhil Wilson

Tovino comes to the big screens again with his new film Thrangam. Tharangam is the debut production project of Dhanush in the Malayalam film industry. Dominic Arun, the director of the film is an aspiring artist and an individual to look up for the film industry.

Just after the release of the trailer of the film, the video has been getting great responses and reach in less than 24 hours. “The first look poster and the song video had got very good responses and I’m glad the audiences are receiving it well. The audiences have changed their attitude towards the film industry. They have found a new level of appreciation for every artwork, regardless of the category or the genre,” said Tovino.

Talking about the experience of working for the film, Tovino said “Even though we had a tight schedule, there were no problems whatsoever, due to perfect coordination among the entire crew. The people have been giving positive comments about the song and trailers and the credit goes to the filmmaker”.

“The film is a comedy crime thriller and there have been movies done in this genre in the Malayalam industry. But, what makes this film different and unique is our approach towards the topic and the visuals to the edits”, Tovino replied when asked about Tharangam.

Malayalees have found a new sense of respect for the film industry and I’m sure the audience will appreciate good films like we always do”, says Tovino.

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Althaf Salim: A Surprise Package

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Debutant director Althaf Salim talks about his just released film Njandukalude Nattil Oridavela and his journey into filmdom

Words by Suhas KM and Charishma Thankappan  Photo credits: Facebook

Do you remember the lanky school boy who is Mary’s friend in Premam? Though he made his appearance for a brief while in the film, his presence was noteworthy. Althaf Salim has grown from that skinny boy who no one knew, to don the director’s cap in the newly released film Njandukalude Nattil Oridavela. In an exclusive interview with FWD, he talks about his experience as a debutant director, and his journey into the industry.

Althaf Salim: A Surprise Package

Tell us the process behind the birth of Njandukalude Nattil Oridavela?

Cinema has always been my passion. I had this story in mind since long and wanted to make a film out of it. The film is on the topic of cancer, and I conducted some research for it. George Kora, who has acted in this film as Mathew, and was also seen in Premam, is a friend of mine. I approached him to co-write the script. The story went through several processes of rewriting, and the final product is a result of the eighth attempt. There was a lot more comedy in the script initially, but then we felt that that would mitigate the seriousness of the subject, whereas we wanted to keep a balance of humour and earnestness.

What made you approach the theme of Cancer in a comical way?

It is a common notion among the general public that cancer is deadly disease which means an assured death. So there is a stigma associated with the illness where those suffering from it are looked at with pity and sympathy. In my researches, I found that the ailment is curable if detected at an early stage, and this is a fact that is still unknown largely. So I wanted to spread the message of timely medication and a change of attitude towards those detected with the affliction. Also, as the filmmaker in me prefers doing comedy films, I wanted the treatment to be in an amusing fashion, as against the morose handling that the subject is generally met with. So, I wanted to show that a sombre subject such as cancer can be shown in a lighter vein.

How did you rope in Nivin Pauly as actor and producer for this film?

I narrated the plot of this film to the director Alphonse Puthren, who is a mutual friend of Nivin and me. He suggested that I relate the story to Nivin, and that’s when I approached him. This was at the time when Nivin was shooting for Bangalore Days. As soon as he heard the narrative, he said he wanted to produce the film. He was thus, a natural choice for the role as well.

Nivin was not a big star at the time of Bangalore Days when you approached him at first for the film, but his stature is at par with the top actors of south Indian cinema today, at the time of Njandukalude… release. Was there pressure on you because of the transition?

Nivin never had any pressure on himself, and because of that, I was also stress-free. In any case, one can never afford to be bogged down by an actor’s star status. One has to give importance to the story itself. So that is the attitude I carry in my work.

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Tell us about the choice of Shanthi Krishna for the role of Sheela Chacko.

I did not have any particular actor in mind for the character of Sheela Chacko while writing the story. I came across an interview of hers on TV, and that’s when it struck me that she could be a great choice. The character is a strong woman who is able to hold the entire family together in a crisis situation. As Shanthi ma’am has always been seen in melodramatic roles in the past, I thought this character would be great to break that image. When I told her the story, she did not have any second thoughts while accepting the role. Now the film is garnering great appreciation for her performance and I am glad I made the right choice while casting.

What is the story behind the choice of the title?

I came across a book by the same title by the author Chadramathi, which is a memoir of her days battling cancer. I thought that as my film also deals with the same subject, it would be an apt name. So I took permission from her to borrow the title. It is mentioned in the credits of the film.

Generally, everyone enters the industry in the directorial role after assisting big names. But you have made your way up without the guidance of anyone. Tell us more about it.

It was a deliberate decision to not assist any director because I was afraid that I would be influenced by them and their methods in my work. Also, as assistant director, one has to do a lot of odd jobs and running around, which I am too lazy to do, so didn’t want to be the cause of failure in their projects!

I have learned movie making after watching a lot of films – I watch at least two movies every day. I watch all kinds of films; it’s what makes me happy the most. Movies have the capacity to transport you into another world.

Who are your favourite filmmakers?

I admire Jim Sheridan and Alexander Payne in Hollywood, and Sreenivasan in Malayalam films.

How did you choose acting amidst it all?

Alphonse told me that he had a role for me in the film Premam. It was not an offer but an order! I read the script and saw that anyway the character Jahangir had just a few lines, and as the crew was my friends, I went ahead and did it. That was my first time in acting. After that, I got to full-length role in Sakhavu. Now, I have signed a new project called Mandakini, directed by debutant Jenith Kachappilly.

In Njandukal… you have directed two directors – Lal and Dileesh Pothen. How was the experience?

I shot with Lal and Dileesh from the first day, first shot itself, which I see as a great fortune. Lal sir used to give his suggestions for certain takes. I could not spend much time with Dileeshettan as he had a small role in the film. Besides, he was busy with the shoot of Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum.

How did you settle upon the casting for the film?

Nivin was the first to be cast. Though I didn’t have anyone in mind for the character of Chacko while thinking of the story; I was particular that Lal sir should play the character when I started writing the dialogues. His look in the film is different from how he is usually seen, as we made him wear cotton shirts in a tucked in manner. For the role of Chaachan, I wanted someone who would look realistic, as I didn’t want to use makeup. So I approached Antony Kochi. I asked him not to cut his hair for the look. The other actors – Sharafauddin, Krishna Shankar, and Siju Wilson are my friends, and I wanted to include them in some way in my film. Their roles in the film are also such that bring out their true talent. Aishwarya Lekshmi was chosen after auditioning for the role.

Njandukalude Nattil Oridavela Nivin Pauly and Aiswarya Lekshmi

Why did you choose first timers such as Justin Varghese and Mukesh Muraleedharan for music direction and cinematography, when you could have had any leading names for the same, considering it is Nivin’s production?

Justin and Mukesh are my friends. Being a debutant director, I thought it was best to approach people who know me and my interest in films, rather than explaining myself to others. Also, both are equally talented. Justin has kept the background music very minimal, which is in sync with the performances of the actors.

What kind of films can viewers expect from Althaf in future?

You can expect all kinds of films from me. As I lay emphasis on humour, it will be a recurring element in all my films, except if the subject does not demand it.

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