MISHKA LAI SYIN YU
Chung Cheng High School (Yishun) (NJC AEP Centre)
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2020
Metamorphosis
Sculpture

Metamorphosis is usually synonymous with the word change, exactly why I chose it for my theme. Through my work, I hope to express light through metal which is reflective and texture through varying types of materials. To represent my theme, I chose butterflies for they are symbolic of the process of metamorphosis. As such, this architecture comprises four overlapping stages. The first stage is the most simplified form of a butterfly wing followed by it becoming a single petal. It then morphs into the skeletal shape of a flower before solidifying as the flower itself. The reason as to why they are made mostly of fluid, organic shapes, is to create movement and therefore tie the four stages together as a cohesive piece instead of fragmented stages. Due to this project’s purpose being to create an architecture, if the viewer lowers down to look at my work at eye-level, they can not only see the flower as a whole but also imagine themselves walking through the opening formed by each stage. I hope that when a person walks through my “building”, they can observe the changing scenery around them and experience the metamorphosis process. This is where the concept of play comes in for my work is interactive in that sense.

0
2020
Metamorphosis
Sculpture

Metamorphosis is usually synonymous with the word change, exactly why I chose it for my theme. Through my work, I hope to express light through metal which is reflective and texture through varying types of materials. To represent my theme, I chose butterflies for they are symbolic of the process of metamorphosis. As such, this architecture comprises four overlapping stages. The first stage is the most simplified form of a butterfly wing followed by it becoming a single petal. It then morphs into the skeletal shape of a flower before solidifying as the flower itself. The reason as to why they are made mostly of fluid, organic shapes, is to create movement and therefore tie the four stages together as a cohesive piece instead of fragmented stages. Due to this project’s purpose being to create an architecture, if the viewer lowers down to look at my work at eye-level, they can not only see the flower as a whole but also imagine themselves walking through the opening formed by each stage. I hope that when a person walks through my “building”, they can observe the changing scenery around them and experience the metamorphosis process. This is where the concept of play comes in for my work is interactive in that sense.

0
2020
Metamorphosis
Sculpture

Metamorphosis is usually synonymous with the word change, exactly why I chose it for my theme. Through my work, I hope to express light through metal which is reflective and texture through varying types of materials. To represent my theme, I chose butterflies for they are symbolic of the process of metamorphosis. As such, this architecture comprises four overlapping stages. The first stage is the most simplified form of a butterfly wing followed by it becoming a single petal. It then morphs into the skeletal shape of a flower before solidifying as the flower itself. The reason as to why they are made mostly of fluid, organic shapes, is to create movement and therefore tie the four stages together as a cohesive piece instead of fragmented stages. Due to this project’s purpose being to create an architecture, if the viewer lowers down to look at my work at eye-level, they can not only see the flower as a whole but also imagine themselves walking through the opening formed by each stage. I hope that when a person walks through my “building”, they can observe the changing scenery around them and experience the metamorphosis process. This is where the concept of play comes in for my work is interactive in that sense.

0
2020
Metamorphosis
Sculpture

Metamorphosis is usually synonymous with the word change, exactly why I chose it for my theme. Through my work, I hope to express light through metal which is reflective and texture through varying types of materials. To represent my theme, I chose butterflies for they are symbolic of the process of metamorphosis. As such, this architecture comprises four overlapping stages. The first stage is the most simplified form of a butterfly wing followed by it becoming a single petal. It then morphs into the skeletal shape of a flower before solidifying as the flower itself. The reason as to why they are made mostly of fluid, organic shapes, is to create movement and therefore tie the four stages together as a cohesive piece instead of fragmented stages. Due to this project’s purpose being to create an architecture, if the viewer lowers down to look at my work at eye-level, they can not only see the flower as a whole but also imagine themselves walking through the opening formed by each stage. I hope that when a person walks through my “building”, they can observe the changing scenery around them and experience the metamorphosis process. This is where the concept of play comes in for my work is interactive in that sense.

0
2020
Metamorphosis
Sculpture

Metamorphosis is usually synonymous with the word change, exactly why I chose it for my theme. Through my work, I hope to express light through metal which is reflective and texture through varying types of materials. To represent my theme, I chose butterflies for they are symbolic of the process of metamorphosis. As such, this architecture comprises four overlapping stages. The first stage is the most simplified form of a butterfly wing followed by it becoming a single petal. It then morphs into the skeletal shape of a flower before solidifying as the flower itself. The reason as to why they are made mostly of fluid, organic shapes, is to create movement and therefore tie the four stages together as a cohesive piece instead of fragmented stages. Due to this project’s purpose being to create an architecture, if the viewer lowers down to look at my work at eye-level, they can not only see the flower as a whole but also imagine themselves walking through the opening formed by each stage. I hope that when a person walks through my “building”, they can observe the changing scenery around them and experience the metamorphosis process. This is where the concept of play comes in for my work is interactive in that sense.

Secondary 4
Metamorphosis 2020 Sculpture

Metamorphosis is usually synonymous with the word change, exactly why I chose it for my theme. Through my work, I hope to express light through metal which is reflective and texture through varying types of materials. To represent my theme, I chose butterflies for they are symbolic of the process of metamorphosis. As such, this architecture comprises four overlapping stages. The first stage is the most simplified form of a butterfly wing followed by it becoming a single petal. It then morphs into the skeletal shape of a flower before solidifying as the flower itself. The reason as to why they are made mostly of fluid, organic shapes, is to create movement and therefore tie the four stages together as a cohesive piece instead of fragmented stages. Due to this project’s purpose being to create an architecture, if the viewer lowers down to look at my work at eye-level, they can not only see the flower as a whole but also imagine themselves walking through the opening formed by each stage. I hope that when a person walks through my “building”, they can observe the changing scenery around them and experience the metamorphosis process. This is where the concept of play comes in for my work is interactive in that sense.