Folding in Motion

The artwork “Folding in Motion” focused on investigating the relationship between “free” three-dimensional space and two-dimensional graphic deigned surfaces, giving visual meaning without restricting the movements. Using the porcelain property to collapse, enable to achieve organic, free and non-defined shapes.

There is no searching for the fragility and transparency of the porcelain. The artworks are dealing with the questions of new inter-space (void image) created by the collapse, motion, color, patterns and fluidity. The graphic pattern adds a new dimension to the folding, giving impression of softness forcing the eye to flow the folding and focus on the void image created by the collapse.

My sculptures are autonomous objects that stand independent of narrative or objectification. As autonomous objects, they lead the viewer to follow his imagination and feelings for their meaning.

Year of Creation: 2019

Materials: Paper porcelain, slab-built, underglaze, electric firing

Dimensions: 48*22*21、48*17*22、43*15*20cm

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