Demi Chao

These jewellery pieces by Demi Chao are begging to be touched! Their tactility is too tempting to be resisted, which I find a very intriguing quality. I am attracted to work, which speaks to multiple senses and moves between uses and materials.

Inspired by microscopic images of pollen cells and sea corals, Chao’s pieces also speak to me through a shared love of nature and the fascinating combination of art and science.

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Photos: Adam Kant Photography 

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