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Stacey Ho
Acknowledging Water Crisis through Contemporary Jewellery
Stacey Ho
Acknowledging Water Crisis through Contemporary Jewellery

The story of Stacey Ho‘s collection started from washing hands and the outcome shows the importance of water and the crisis that is occurring around the world now and expected in the future.

To address the crisis, using “dead” water is significant, and this has been acknowledged through Ho’s contemporary jewellery.

Wastewater in the right place – MEI YAN HO
May 2021, Wastewater made bioplastic and copper, 170 x 10 x 1cm. Wastewater in jewellery
Wastewater in the right place – MEI YAN HO
May 2021, Wastewater made bioplastic and copper, 170 x 10 x 1cm. Do you have sympathy for the pool of water on the floor?
Wastewater in the right place – MEI YAN HO
May 2021, Wastewater made bioplastic and copper, 170 x 10 x 1cm. We pick up the jewellery on the floor, how about "dirty" water?
Wastewater in the right place – MEI YAN HO
May 2021, Wastewater made bioplastic and copper, 170 x 10 x 1cm. Have you observed the water crisis issue like observing jewellery this serious?
Future Treasure – MEI YAN HO
May 2021, Wastewater made bioplastic and copper, 6 5 x 4 x 3.5cm. I invite people to reflect on the attitude of processing wastewater.
Future Treasure – MEI YAN HO
May 2021, Wastewater made bioplastic and copper, 6 5 x 4 x 3.5cm. Wastewater is an unpolished gem. To explore and treasure it, it is a hidden treasure now but a treasure everyone knows in the future.