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Art Collection "Existence"

 

This collection called “Existence” , it is inspired by the experience of our life in the contemporary industrial age and the awe of life.

We finished this art collection at our own studio in San Francisco 2020. In the last 10 years,  we experienced the blooming of technology industry and that brings all type of development in this city, in this county and this world. New buildings has been built everyday, new product has been manufactured everyday. Fast consumption has brought a lot of waste and environmental pollution.

 

Fast consumption has brought a lot of waste and environmental pollution. While enjoying the advantages of the industrial revolution, we are also taking on the artistic scrubbing of large quantities of single products. 

In February 2020, COVID 19 start to spread in the city, 9 months later, it still not stop. We observe the craziness, the sadness, and also the love and kindness. As artists and designers, we instinctively embrace the protection of life and form in the creative process with an extremely gentle and respectful attitude. We go to recycle all kinds of materials abandoned in the industrial age, to explore sustainable crafts, and transform it into a beautiful existence. 

The power that is reborn in the ruins, the strength shown in the natural or organic combination, is like the earth, like hope, continuing temperature and balance. We instinctively explore more sustainable materials and techniques in the creative process. In the combination of natural or organic species, seek the balance of beauty, texture, sustainability, and gentleness.

In our eyes, everything that every existent has its own beauty. The circle of life is a reincarnation, nothing should be gone, they have just changed a form and be there in a different way. 

 

 

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This collection will be exhibit in the  Art Hill Gallery, London 2021

It is currently exhibiting in a VR exhibition at Mozilla Hubs, 2021 Jan