Minshu is a Mixed Media designer committed to the circular economy, having graduated in visual communication from the Communication University of China and the New York Institute of Technology2021, Textiles, Royal College of Art 2023, her work always focuses on nature and culture.
Minshu's work is generally nature-related, socially and technologically relevant, with an interest in sustainability and a desire to be able to apply practical solutions to problems. Based on a bionic approach to developing green chemistry concepts in synergy with bionics, Minshu has conducted a series of experiments to obtain high quality okra-based adhesives in an attempt to apply them to the weaving and bonding process of lightweight automotive interiors. This work could provide new ideas and approaches for eco-friendly adhesives by exploring their new application potential from various design perspectives. (PGxRCA runner-up)
Her work also explores the relationship between traditional craftsmanship and modern techniques, using textile art as a medium to explore the potential of nature and the diversity of traditional art, and the innovative language of textile material expression. In the last few month she has focused on the exploration of traditional craft reborn under tech age as an area of experimentation, hoping to immerse this relatively advanced experimental experience in textile art and expecting to be able to use textile processes in connection with nature and traditional art to express life and society, critique and development.