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Goldsmiths University’s Thought-Provoking 'Making Believe' Exhibition at the London Design Festival

by , 09/22/11


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Wee Siong Quek’s Soup for Thought is a book of photographs of the designer’s experience of planting tomatoes, making oil from sunflowers seeds, growing basil and garlic, creating wooden utensils and finally eating the soup.

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Snail and Sellotape. Zhen Li created an animation based on a relationship between a snail and sellotape. A creature from nature and a mass-produced object reflect within their love story how we seek to find another half that reminds us of ourselves.

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‘There’s no certainty as we exist’ by Hwinyoung Jeong explores the relationship of our body with visible and invisible things, such as small wild grasses and bones.

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Through a series of jewelry pieces, as a symbol of eternity, the designer challenges our minds and views of the world.

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