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During SCHMUCK 2015 – EXPO ‘Bubble Land’ – Gallery Kobeia, Munich (DE) – 11-15 Mars 2015

Opening  March 11, 18:30  / Gallery Kobeia
Bubble land
Bubble Land is an imaginary space reflecting our mind state, delivering treasures integrated with our history, present and fantasy on the island we live in.
We may all come from the same land; some see it as a mystic island that is often neglected by the outside, while others embrace the diverse, rich and wealthy livelihood.
The multi-perspective experience we share is a brief moment on the proceeding time lapse we live in. It contains spiritual eternal values, but not always visually perpetual. It is the little details acknowledged by the inhabitants participating in daily lives that bring gratitude or responses toward the present situations.
Bench 886 :
Cai-Xuan Wu Han-Chieh (Joy) Chuang –  Heng Lee — Mei-Fang Chiang — Shih-Dea (Deborah) TsengYing-Hsiu ChenYing-Hsun (Zita) HsuWen-Miao YehYu-Ping LinYung-Huei Chao
Bench 886
Heng Lee (TW)-Bench 886 -  Floral Print of Formosa- Pleione formosana  - "BUBBLE LAND"Heng Lee  Brooch « Floral Print of Formosa- Pleione formosana » - 2014 – Nickel silver plated with  platinum ,  aluminum, auto paint, tread, silk organza
 Yu-Ping Lin Kaleido - The Journey of Dazzle Brooch, 2015 Digital-printed nylon, paint, mixed media, stainless steel 65x65x40mm Photo by artistYu-Ping Lin   » Kaleido » – The Journey of Dazzle Brooch, 2015 Digital-printed nylon, paint, mixed media, stainless steel 65x65x40mm Photo by artist
Ying-Hsun (Zita) Hsu (TW) -Bench886 -  "BUBBLE LAND"(Zita) Ying-Hsun Hsu Deformed Origami series 2012-15, brooch, porcelain, silver, stainless steel – 110 x 90 x 35 mm

Wen-Miao Yeh 'Buzz buzz'  brooch 2014-plastic, brass, paint,stainless steel - BUBBLE LANDWen-Miao Yeh   ‘Buzz buzz’  brooch 2014-plastic, brass, paint,stainless steel
Cai Xuan Wu - Cai-Xuan Wu "Title Two make one heart" Brooch, 2015 -Acrylic, stainless steel 90mmX90mmX35mmCai Xuan Wu - « Title Two make one heart » Brooch, 2015 -Acrylic, stainless steel 90mmX90mmX35mm
Shih Dea ( Deborah) Tseng - Self-Portrait 2013-2015Shih Dea (Deborah) Tseng -  Self-Portrait 2013-2015
 Ying-Hsiu Chen (TW) -Bench 886 - "BUBBLE LAND"Ying-Hsiu Chen« Soft Coral » Brooch, 2015 -Super-light soil, laundry bag, 18K plated brass
Han-Chieh Chuang - Brick Brooch 02  -Bench886 -. "BUBBLE LAND" Han-Chieh Chuang  Red Brick Brooch no.19 - 2014 - bricks, enamel, copper, silver, paper, cement, gold foil, steel wira

Yung-huei Chao (TW) -Bench886 -  "BUBBLE LAND"  Yung-huei Chao – brooch « Transient Space » brooch, 2015 -  Recycled building material, brass, nickel silver, stainless steel components
 Mei-Fang Chiang (TW) Picking Leaves Series – Cloud of Grass, 2014 anodized aluminium, stainless steel wire ,silver - "BUBBLE LAND"Mei-Fang Chiang -  Picking Leaves Series – Cloud of Grass, 2014 anodized aluminium, stainless steel wire ,silver

Gallery Kobeia
Luisenstrasse 49
80333 Munich – Germany
Do.-So. 11-17 h
Tel.+49 89 18921101

Contact: Yu-Ping / Heng


EXPO ‘DUST INCLUDED’ – Ubi Gallery, Beijing (CN) – 25 Sept.-17 oct. 2014

Ubi Gallery - DUST INCLUDED precious particles and gruesome grit in applied arts

Opening party Sept 25 | 15:30-17:30


 the events taking place in Dashilar during Beijing Design Week, Ubi Gallery’s minimalist and stylish interior provides a calm sanctuary. This year, the gallery presents DUST INCLUDED, a thought-provoking exhibit of contemporary jewellery, ceramics and lifestyle goods, showcasing the work of 13 artists connected to China and The Netherlands.

DUST INCLUDED explores the theme of dust and pollution in Beijing and other megacities. Visitors are confronted by Joke Schole’s angry bear, who proclaims, ‘Clean up your own mess’. Other artists such as Liang Li treat dust as a byproduct of human failure, incorporating it into her work as an ‘Award for Bad Conduct’. Hortense de La Jonquière’s masterpiece—a cabinet constructed of Beijing dust—shows how dust captures memories, reminders of things past. Prominent milliner Elisabeth Koch adopts “crust” material used in environmental cleanup to create hats intended to deflect dust on a daily basis. The Dutch design collective of Eva de Laat, ByBorre and the University of Eindhoven propose futurist clothing to shield those living in polluted urban environments. Visitors will also find limited edition collector’s items and affordable gifts commissioned for the exhibit, as well as a portion of Ubi Gallery’s permanent collection.

And of course we have many jewellery artists during DUST INCLUDED!

Chuang Han-Chieh made a collection called ‘Red Brick’, using enamel, silver, copper, paper, gold dust and brass dust. It is a celebration of the beauty of traditional skills and materials and an honor of the farming villages, the foundation of the Taiwanese economy. Tired from the busy urban life abroad, the artist felt a strong emotional connection with the opposite, the relation between people and land and the relation with her own tradition. She tries to overcome the risk of a sentimal journey where the beauty of the simple farming life is romanticized. Chuang Han-Chieh is too much of an artist to let this happen. She didn’t give in on the composition, the use of material and technique. You can see two strong, contemporary and independent pieces as a result.

Chuang Han-Chieh -  ‘Red Brick’ collectionChuang Han-Chieh -  ‘Red Brick’ collection

Junjin Wu  made this collection of necklaces especially for DUST INCLUDED.
« Dust has everything to do with the origin of life on earth. Through gravity things will become dust and life and memories will break down and grow into something new. The artist Junjin Wu prepared pendants to showcase the magical transformation. She used canvas, dust, soil, wood and horn. Natural materials tracing forgotten pasts and pointing to new futures.« 
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The Taiwanese artist Ying Hsun Hsu shows brooches made out of iron flakes, using magnetic power. For her capturing changes in time, the wear and tear of normal things – the deformation and shrinkage, the historical evidence is essential. The vulnerability of the imperfection is awesome. Hsu records the memories of the invisible, before things crumble into dust

 Ying Hsun Hsu - brooches made out of iron flakes, using magnetic power.  Ying Hsun Hsu (Zita Hsu) – brooches made out of iron flakes, using magnetic power.

Ying Hsun Hsu - brooches made out of iron flakes, using magnetic power.Ying Hsun Hsu – brooch

Ying Hsun Hsu - broochYing Hsun Hsu (Zita Hsu) – brooch





Ubi Gallery
Yangmeizhu Street 39, Dashilar
Xicheng District, 100051
Beijing, China




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