ORDER AND DISORDER - WEARING ROPES
Born 15th November 1995, Chinese
Jing got fascinated by researching rope construction techniques and rope linking. Jewellery ropes were the initial idea, but the concept widened to welcome ropes in all shapes and incarnations, realising that opening up ropes to reveal the construction technique would create beautiful aesthetics too: a very ordered method created to build a rope would retain its beauty when disordered. She then applied this beauty of order and disorder on the human body, figuring out unexpected or pleasantly balanced ways of wearing a rope, by playing with size, shapes and materials.