Clay spread by hand, bearing traces of fingerprints and diffuse structures in its moistness, dries to form a sculpted surface of mild colorfulness. The traces that human beings leave in nature and the ethnic influences, natural ornaments such as honeycombs, bark or flames, the amorphous forms of fossils, pearls or blossoms and natural materials such as wood, clay, straw or sisal symbolize the delicate vulnerability and, at the same time, astonishing robustness of nature.
Kim Myung Hae
C & A
Yasmin Mirza Zadeh
COLORS_Warm color tones, reflecting nature and nakedness; mild flesh tones and pale clay nuances; powdery beige and brown tones along with white in all shadings from shining, pure white through to matt grayish white; touches of black-brown and forest green provide the contrasts.
FASHION_Flowing silhouettes; empire dresses; ribbon applications; pleated materials; crochet tops, dresses that appear “unfinished”; destroyed look; asymmetric drapes.
LIVING_Macrame and crochet technique; seating furniture in hollow and leaf form; wooden objects, turned until they are delicately thin; photo wallpaper with bark, leaf or forest motifs; “shabby” painting; ceramics in amorphous forms; relief structures in ceramics and porcelain; felt flooring.
JEWELRY_Ethnic look materials; mild yellow gold; parchment jewelry; untreated stones and amber; wooden pearls and sisal cords; crochet technique made of precious metals; pearl jewelry; gravel stone rings; beaten gold.