Chapeau Echo-Complementary Color I 互补1

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Chapeau Echo-Complementary Color I 互补1

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Handpainted cotton fascinator base; painted dusty pink and royal blue sinamay cut from London; pink ostrich feather from London; ceramic beads from artist Renqian Yang in Jingdezhen, China.

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Inspired by Renqian Yang's exhibition Complementary Colors at Fou Gallery, I become interested in the color theory. In this hat, I try to use materials with complementary colors. The idea of complementary colors resonates with yin and yang in Chinese philosophy—seemingly opposite forces may actually be complementary and interconnected in the natural world. They may give rise to each other as they interact with each other. The hat also features ceramic beads made by Renqian Yang in Jingdezhen, China.

受杨人倩在否画廊的展览《对比》启发,我开始对色彩理论感兴趣。在制作这顶帽子时,我尝试运用补色的材料。补色的概念也呼应了中国哲学中的阴阳概念——自然万物皆有互相对立的属性,但也互相依存和转化。这顶帽子上有人倩在景德镇制作的一些陶瓷珠。