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FENG HUI

After finishing her bachelor degree, Feng Hui departed for the UK to commence a masters degree at the Royal College of Art in London.

There her background study of traditional art collided with the transdisciplinary study which RCA offered, it fundamentally altered her methodologies for feeling and comprehending art. While RCA was advocating a methodologies that seek to understand art across disciplines, it was fairly different to the exam-purposed study that she was used to. The former emphasises more on observation and comprehension, and proposes the art makers to explore the world based on their intrinsic needs.

Feng Hui is wearing Marcela dress.

"I realised at that moment, that I was just starting to know how we should learn things– it was the beginning of my real study.”

When Hui finished her stay in London and at RCA, she went to Beijing with her husband, with whom she opened an art space.

In a wish to evoke the correlation between time and space, the 6000-square-metre old factory left untouched its old industrial scars and was conceived to add new explanations to past narratives.

 

Below Feng Hui is wearing Cometa top and Cometa skirt.

The space began as “Common place”, an avant-garde buyer shop led by Feng Hui’s husband. The space later metamorphosed with a new gallery space “Project 98”, which serves to curate shows for young artists and designers, as well as to host artist’s studios.

“This space is our home and a community for everyone. We sincerely hope that more friends, artists, designers, creators and spiritually-free human beings are drawn to this interdisciplinary space, so that we can collide with each other for our creative processes and find Eudaimonia.”

As a young artist, Hui is keen to make art that is real and related to herself.

Her creations contemplate free coexistence between humans and nature. “It is my believe that my art practice, or even, the subconscious of most people’s creative process, is to mimic nature.“

To her, observing and letting nature inspire her is the at the same time a process to reflect on and grow her inner self.

From a macro perspective, nature has indeed given birth to and consequently nurtured humanity, and the latter is indeed inscribed with the former’s codes.

Through her creation, Feng wishes to reunite people with nature, and very often uses bricks and rubbles, seashells, and decayed rhizomatic plants, etc. as her materials for creating.

Feng Hui is wearing Marfil top and Marfil pants.

“For us, nature is therapeutic and soothing by instinct. This is an extremely charmingand soothing fact.”

“The real elegance stems from nature and comfort’. Art and nature are intertwined to compose the human life.”

Above Feng Hui is wearing Jade jacket, Cluadio top and Jade pants.

FENG HUI

After finishing her bachelor degree, Feng Hui departed for the UK to commence a masters degree at the Royal College of Art in London.

There her background study of traditional art collided with the transdisciplinary study which RCA offered, it fundamentally altered her methodologies for feeling and comprehending art. While RCA was advocating a methodologies that seek to understand art across disciplines, it was fairly different to the exam-purposed study that she was used to. The former emphasises more on observation and comprehension, and proposes the art makers to explore the world based on their intrinsic needs.

Above Feng Hui is wearing Marcela dress.

"I realised at that moment, that I was just starting to know how we should learn things– it was the beginning of my real study.”

When Hui finished her stay in London and at RCA, she went to Beijing with her husband, with whom she opened an art space.

In a wish to evoke the correlation between time and space, the 6000-square-metre old factory left untouched its old industrial scars and was conceived to add new explanations to past narratives.

Above Feng Hui is wearing Cometa top and Cometa skirt.

The space began as “Common place”, an avant-garde buyer shop led by Feng Hui’s husband. The space later metamorphosed with a new gallery space “Project 98”, which serves to curate shows for young artists and designers, as well as to host artist’s studios.

“This space is our home and a community for everyone. We sincerely hope that more friends, artists, designers, creators and spiritually-free human beings are drawn to this interdisciplinary space, so that we can collide with each other for our creative processes and find Eudaimonia.”

As a young artist, Hui is keen to make art that is real and related to herself.

Her creations contemplate free coexistence between humans and nature. “It is my believe that my art practice, or even, the subconscious of most people’s creative process, is to mimic nature.“

To her, observing and letting nature inspire her is the at the same time a process to reflect on and grow her inner self.

From a macro perspective, nature has indeed given birth to and consequently nurtured humanity, and the latter is indeed inscribed with the former’s codes.

Through her creation, Feng wishes to reunite people with nature, and very often uses bricks and rubbles, seashells, and decayed rhizomatic plants, etc. as her materials for creating.

Above Feng Hui is wearing Marfil top and Marfil pants.

“For us, nature is therapeutic and soothing by instinct. This is an extremely charmingand soothing fact.”

“The real elegance stems from nature and comfort’. Art and nature are intertwined to compose the human life.”

Above Feng Hui is wearing Jade jacket, Cluadio top and Jade pants.