Select a SchoolSchool of Arts & Humanities
Select a ProgrammeJewellery & Metal
Select a StudentHaoRui Wang
I am quite interested in exploring different forms and different textures to see how far I can go in finding the limit of those ideas.
In my MA projects, I subvert form from normal to unusual.
I have made a group of work including Jewellery and sculptures.
I also made a computer programme to help me realise my ideas.
School of Arts & Humanities
MA Jewellery & Metal
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I come from a family which consists of carpenters, metalworkers and machine engineers, and my entire childhood was spent around big machines. I cast my first lead ring by pulling liquid lead into an old brick when I was seven.
In 2000, when I was 11 years old, due to a physical condition, I had to be absent from school for two years. I couldn't go out of my apartment and the only thing I received was a computer with a very old version of Photoshop and 3D Max: these then, the CAD softwares, became my toys for two years. Meanwhile, I was very fascinated with computers. Through playing, I gained a lot of ideas about working with computers, which gave me the idea to choose design as subject to study. In 2008, I attended China University of Geoscience to study Art and Design and, between 2012 and 2016, I studied at Central Saint Martins.
Currently, my research interest lies in computer aided design, computer aided manufacture and parametric design. My current practice is around jewellery (traditional jewellery and art jewellery) and metal object (tableware and art piece) making.
A man can do what he wants, but not want what he wants.
- BA Art and Design, China University Of Geoscience (Beijing), 2008; BA Jewellery Design, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, 2016
- Teacher, Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology
- Degree Show, Central Saint Martin, 2016