Jewelry always serves me to explore the inner self. I express visually and tactually through hands to bring forward the mind. My works transmit personal experiences of making ultimately to evoke people’s curiosity and touch instinct and provoke the way to create a dynamic interaction in between wearer and viewer.
In this body of work, I aim to stimulate sensory interaction by using contrasting forms and materials or both simultaneously. Growing up in an agricultural university within a prosperous urban city of Guangzhou in China has impacted on me to perceive natural and industrial city in a different perspective. Even though these two types of landscapes seem hard to get along with, I never see separation but harmonious integration between them. I enjoy living in this shifting landscape, which also inspires me to explore jewelry as a communicative tool that brings visual and haptic quality through being contrasted with alternative materials.