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Comma, Comma, Comma by Ling Chun 
18L x 16W x 9D” ceramics, metal and hair

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On her work and practice – My enjoyment of creating these luxurious, seductive, colorful objects is to allow you enjoy a taste of lust and fun while examining the relationship between the unpredictable shape and form of the object and the hair. The permanence of clay transgresses the hair as the extension of a process and resets the boundaries of ceramics reflected by cultural standards. Ultimately, my desire is to redefine materials to become the conductors of new meaning.” – Ling Chun

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