Xiaoye Zhang

My recent work explores different visual effects and angles. I exhibit visual effects by overlapping changes in colour and reflections of specular material.
As a designer, I hope to create jewellery to encourage people to be critical in life and try to look at problems from different angles or perspectives. These ideas inspired my designs for my Masters Study project. This is focused on creating jewellery pieces that vary and can be seen differently from different angles. The designs are based on visual effects and the psychology of perception. The collection consisted of a series of brooches in acrylic and PVC. I explored the creation of visual effects through geometrical shapes and patterns, colour transparencies and reflections. The transformation of the viewing position reflects different visual effects.

Brooch,

Acrylic, PVC, Brass

10*10*10(cm), 2017

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