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Miki Asai

Miki is a Japanese artist who explores various materials, like seashells and eggshells, to express intangible and fleeting beauty like light and shadow, or the changing colour of the sky. She aims to capture the beauty of imperfection and impermanence through destroying and reconstructing materials to “digest” her lived experience. The stone-like surface found in her wearable art is made from powdered mineral stones, a representation of “time” in its solidity and steadfastness. Miki uses material as a poignant non-verbal language and a means of emphasising small, beautiful moments.

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