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Exhibition  /  20 Nov 2013  -  29 Dec 2013
Published: 22.01.2015
Ubi Gallery
Management:
Machtelt Schelling
Choonsun Moon. Necklace: Untitled, 2013. Plastic itens. Choonsun Moon
Necklace: Untitled, 2013
Plastic itens
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Intro
To prepare ourselves for the darker winter months ahead of us, Ubi Gallery created a new exhibition with work of three bright young artists. Xinzi Song from Beijing, Heng Lee from Taiwan and Choonson Moon from Korea.

Artist list

Choonsun Moon, Heng Lee, Natalie Xinzi Song
To prepare ourselves for the darker winter months ahead of us, Ubi Gallery created a new exhibition with work of three bright young artists. Xinzi Song from Beijing, Heng Lee from Taiwan and Choonson Moon from Korea. All three dare work with strong colours, outspoken shapes and fresh materials: big gestures to express ourselves and to celebrate life.

Heng Lee (TW)
Heng Lee is educated as a jewellery artist in Taiwan. He is inspired by Chinese traditional crafts, as embroidery from the many ethnic minorities. He enlarges the colourful embroidery pattern and attaches this to the laser cut stainless steel. His works shows you the pixel structure of the enlargement and the details and texture of the flower embroidery. He is literally building a bridge between traditional and contemporary crafts.

Choonsun Moon (KR)
Moon got her degree in jewellery art, after being educated in Seoul and Pforzheim. Her work was on display in Korea, Japan, USA, Germany. The Museum of Arts&Design in New York purchased one of her artworks. Choonsun Moon works with cardboard paper, wood and plastic. The small elements are put in such an order that circles are completed to form a necklace, bracelet or brooch. It results in highly aesthetic pieces, made with great care. At the same time the pieces are playful and striking by their size and flexibility.

Natalie Xinzi Song (CN)
Natalie Xinzi Song is Chinese and studied at the Beijing Fashion Institute. She got her master degree in Jewellery in Birmingham. She won several awards with her work and exhibited in Munchen, Birmingham, Italy and Japan. Natalie works mainly with silicone and tries to get to know the ins and outs of this material. She is able to create innovative forms and textures with the material. By the repetition of simple elements she turns complex patterns and structures into colorful jewellery, bowls, vases and objects.
Natalie Xinzi Song. Ring: Untitled, 2013. Silicon. Natalie Xinzi Song
Ring: Untitled, 2013
Silicon
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Heng Lee. Brooch: Untitled, 2013. Stainless steel, embroidery. Heng Lee
Brooch: Untitled, 2013
Stainless steel, embroidery
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