LIM YI NING
Fuhua Secondary School (NJC AEP Centre)
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2020
Untitled
Painting
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2020
Decay
Sculpture

The theme of the building is Decay. I decided to explore and express this by adding layers to my build, each one revealing the last with the holes and gaps located on the layers. This was meant to replicate the effect of a building decaying and collapsing after time, its outer shells being reduced till the onlooker can see its inner structures. The honeycomb and the leaf skeleton are only seen through the holes in the outermost layer, and hence act as the ‘inner structures’ of the building, which are being revealed to the onlooker by the gradual decay of the form. Light can pass through the holes and gaps in the structure, casting interesting shadows due to the shapes of the forms in the structure. I wanted to reference an organic process by using a very man-made process, hence utilising decay as an element and as an important aspect in the decision of the design. This is a reference to how everything will eventually decay and crumble, to finally return to its organic roots by means of time.

0
2020
Decay
Sculpture

The theme of the building is Decay. I decided to explore and express this by adding layers to my build, each one revealing the last with the holes and gaps located on the layers. This was meant to replicate the effect of a building decaying and collapsing after time, its outer shells being reduced till the onlooker can see its inner structures. The honeycomb and the leaf skeleton are only seen through the holes in the outermost layer, and hence act as the ‘inner structures’ of the building, which are being revealed to the onlooker by the gradual decay of the form. Light can pass through the holes and gaps in the structure, casting interesting shadows due to the shapes of the forms in the structure. I wanted to reference an organic process by using a very man-made process, hence utilising decay as an element and as an important aspect in the decision of the design. This is a reference to how everything will eventually decay and crumble, to finally return to its organic roots by means of time.

0
2020
Decay
Sculpture

The theme of the building is Decay. I decided to explore and express this by adding layers to my build, each one revealing the last with the holes and gaps located on the layers. This was meant to replicate the effect of a building decaying and collapsing after time, its outer shells being reduced till the onlooker can see its inner structures. The honeycomb and the leaf skeleton are only seen through the holes in the outermost layer, and hence act as the ‘inner structures’ of the building, which are being revealed to the onlooker by the gradual decay of the form. Light can pass through the holes and gaps in the structure, casting interesting shadows due to the shapes of the forms in the structure. I wanted to reference an organic process by using a very man-made process, hence utilising decay as an element and as an important aspect in the decision of the design. This is a reference to how everything will eventually decay and crumble, to finally return to its organic roots by means of time.

Secondary 4
Untitled 2020 Painting