YU Tsz Ying
With a keen eye for detail in life, YU Tsz Ying, Yoyo explores the possibility of combining and repairing different local materials with different media. This includes using ceramics to create collections representing the vision of life by her own techniques of metalsmithing and jewellery making.
Inspired by Taoism and science, she questions the state and significance of existence. She attempts to channel her interpretation of existence between reality and fantasy into her works. Her jewellery, as a medium of manifesting faith and ideology, showcases her belief in co-existence and passion for life.
Imperfections of the Sea
Felt, cotton, silver, pearl
People always chase for the perfection of pearls. However, the imperfections are the beauty of the sea. Felt and cotton imitates the imperfections of the sea, such as stones, waves and steps on the sand. Felt is made by colliding. It is the same with how the sea creates imperfections.