Double Helix

Japan: Double Helix

April 24, 2017

For this artwork Kotaro Sakazume collaborated with an Okinawan artist who understood his concept of communicating through clay. Double Helix is a piece where two people shape a single piece of clay.


Australia: Interwoven

April 17, 2017

Oliver Tanner‘s sculpture “Interwoven” is a work that symbolically describes the movement, growth and weaving together of societies that at once are independent and interconnected.The work describes the motion of four equal but different elements through [Read more…]


Vietnam: Peaceful birth

March 23, 2017

Lap Phuong‘s  work is inspired by the relationship between the ocean and the octopus: A mother gives birth to the beautiful, ingenious creature. “Peaceful Birth” explores the “Round Sky – Square Earth” concept; appreciating the [Read more…]


Taiwan: Circles

March 20, 2017

Glendy Wu‘s art piece “circles” conveys the concept of multiculturalism. In Chinese culture, the circle often symbolizes success and completeness. Overall, the work is a big circle that encompasses several circles of various sizes. Glendy [Read more…]


Indonesia: Color for Prosperity

December 29, 2016

Uji Handoko Eko Saputro aka Hahan’s ceramic artwork was inspired by the differences of culture, language and the belief to achieve mutual prosperity. Every ethnicity is able to shape a new culture by assimilating different [Read more…]


Malaysia: Limba Sukang – multicultural wood marriage

December 26, 2016

Malaysia’s culture draws from the varied cultures of their different people. The many ethnicities in Malaysia have their own unique and distinctive cultural identities. But there is also some crossover. Anniketyni Madian‘s sculpture represents the marriage of [Read more…]


Thailand: Eilian – cultural effects

December 23, 2016

Eiair‘s sculpture talks: “Eilian is my name. I represent the process of re-functioning objects used in daily life. “Ei” is part of the name of my creator that is equal to the main culture, “lian” [Read more…]


Hong Kong: Waking up to co-existence

October 30, 2016

Raymond Pang presented two art pieces for this exhibition: Wake up! Elated. – Copper, Paint, Ceramics, WoodAfter the transfer of sovereignty back to China, Hong Kong’s stagnant economy has woken up and grew despite the [Read more…]


Hong Kong: Bonding on invisible clouds

October 30, 2016

Mak Yee Man‘s two sculputures address her deep connection with Hong Kong and its people. Bonding, ceramic and copper Her art work “Bonding” which is a copper ring surrounded by two separate ceramic pieces. A [Read more…]

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