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Art & Design Degree Show 2021

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Wanrong Xie
Can you hear me?
Wanrong Xie
Can you hear me?

“Constant dripping wears away a stone” is an idiom, originally from the Han Shu·Mei Cheng Biography by Ban Gu in the Eastern Han Dynasty. It means that water droplets drop continuously and can drip through the stone. It conveys that as long as you persevere, even a small amount of power can do difficult things.

Wanrong Xie‘s project uses jewellery as a medium. When the audience wears, observes, or uses jewellery, they can use it to speak to the outside world, arouse the curiosity and attention of others, and communicate with more people to convey opinions. When facing Leviathan, speaking is a conscious resistance. Although the confinement of discourse is like hard rock, speaking out with our voices can be an important step in breaking down the boulder and improving society.

Can you hear me?
Can you hear me?
Silver and paper 2021, 1113.52 cm
Can you hear me?
Can you hear me?
Can you hear me?
Can you hear me