Eunice Ying-Hsien Kuo
Metaphysics and time are concepts that I am obsessed with. The familiarity of daily objects creates streams of consciousness that formulate many different stories in peoples’ minds. My work invites the viewer to enter a sequence representative of life.A selection of objects expresses seven different stages in a person’s life. The use of soap bubbles indicates the time that we can never hold on to, that which we only experience. As I am at the stage of finding my position in this world, by looking back into the past and dreaming about the future, thus I exist. No matter which stage we are in, we shall never forget the purest joy of play. It is the initial desire that motivated us to explore the concrete world and provides the building blocks for the sequence of our life.
School of Humanities
MA Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork & Jewellery, 2014
I am a contemporary jewellery designer and maker from Taiwan. I wish to build up a rapport among people with a sense of humanity. Playfulness is a key element in my designs, which visually and physically interact with the viewer.
- BA (Hons) Jewellery & Silversmithing, Birmingham City University, 2012; BA Philosophy, Fu-Jen Catholic University, 2007
- In Reverse, Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, 2013; Rising Stars, New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham, 2013; The Bigger Picture, Galerie Marzee, Nijmegen, Netherlands, 2013; Selected Graduates Show, RBSA gallery, Birmingham, 2012 ; New Designers, Business Design Centre, London, 2012; Degree Show, Birmingham City University, Birmingham, 2012
- Runner-up, Innovation and Creativity, RBSA Gallery, 2012