Made of 155 Days
 The court necklace (Chao Zhu) was a symbol of the imperial power of the Qing dynasty. The use of the court necklace was restricted to imperial nobles and officials down to the fifth rank. The materials each rank of person could use for their court necklace were strictly prescribed. Only the Emperor and Empress could wear pearl court necklace.
School of Humanities
MA Jewellery & Metal, 2017
My work aims to visualise and materialise time, energy, mood, feeling, attention, intuition, as well as the play of the unconsciousness, furthermore to investigate the relationship between the making of objects and what cannot be seen. I start from a position where all these invisible elements are also kinds of materials, which play important roles throughout the process of no-thing becoming a thing. All these invisible elements do not point to the meaning of objects but instead they indicate what is difficult to point towards in any direct manner. It is the latency that makes a thing came alive.
- BA (Hons) Fashion Jewellery, University of the Arts London, 2015