Panjapol Kulpapangkorn (Pai)
“ Everybody has their own jewellery but not everyone has been reminded that they have already worn it.”
Jewellery Is At My Feet is a project that challenges a traditional way of jewellery design. Films, sounds, diary, photographs and found objects were used as a raw material to create a strong emotional and physical relationship between object and wearer.
Ying-Hsun (Zita), Hsu
Guided by wonder, dynamic movement is the theme of my works; to capture vitality and energy in a static piece of work.
Finding beauty in imperfection and describing a state of flux in an unstable and impermanent condition.
The delicate and sensitive quality stresses the ephemeral moment, and the works are a documentation to appreciate the grace of time.
Repetitions in form and pattern underpin my work. I am drawn to thosedetails in the urban environment, which are overlooked as we hurriedly pass by. I find myself focusing on the order, repetition and sequences that arefound everywhere, from the details on train station seats to the carefully calculated sequence of bricks in a wall. I find the order and repetition in these details provides a calming effect from the daily hustle and bustle of life in an inner city, in that it is predictable and ordered providing continuity and a sense of ease and stillness.
Chen (Cherry ) Yan
My work is closely related to personal behavior and social activity, using gorgeous appearance to express an inner world of imperfection. I concentrate on colour and form composition to get amazing visual effects. I abandoned the original felt making methods, changed the natural colour, added the sparkled details and transformed the composition of different size fleshy balls to achieve quirkiness and originality.
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