Swaying Lily is the series of works that apply the technique of moving images to the decorative arts
and this endeavour extends the boundary of surface pattern design.
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PRESENCE II: Swaying Garden (Immanuel)
What makes the tulips swaying?
The main motive I wanted to show was the wind through swaying tulips.
We many times see what we can see. Yet, there are things that exist but unseen.
PRESENCE I: IN THE AIR (Experience)
Thoughts on the Invisible
The geometric alphabets which are the elements
of gas were used as metaphors of something invisible but truly existent.
PRESENCE I: IN THE AIR (Proto)
Actual vs. Virtual
Tangible vs. Intangible
FROM HEAVEN TO EARTH
Feathers here as a metaphor for peace and relief are filling the circle up
and the movement of this pattern delivers the calm and relieving spirit.
A floral pattern 'Playing with Art Nouveau' covers
and spreads on the ceramics, the table cover and the space.