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Attai Chen - Uncommon Materials, Uncommon Applications

Attai Chen utilizes wood, paper, silver, graphite, paint and stainless steel in his jewelry and sculptural reliefs. He describes his work as “a body consisting of independent, self-contained, multidimensional entities in a process of bonding.” You don’t see the paper, the wood, silver and paint. You see wonderful movement, a sort of “growth” that you imagine would spiral out of control if you quickly blinked your eyes and looked at the piece a second time. This is such a beautiful concept and Chen’s execution completely spellbinds.

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