Can Jewellery Heal Me?
Stemming from the language of Chinese healing practices, Ruoyi's jewellery works selected the symbols - acupuncture points and the human body shape. The collection on interpreting the 'dramatic' relationship between objects and the human structures. The skin-like beige coloured silicone closely corresponds to the metal buttons with a pressing effect. This design depicts a structure similar to the shape of a human skeleton, which is easy to present as a daily accessory.
Regarding from human body and mechanism, Ruoyi enlarged the movement trend of pressing points; setting the design purpose of 'Futuristic'; 'Utopian' (soft; friendly; willing to interact with people) as the main aesthetics for design development. For her, jewellery is not just a daily accessory. It is more like an extended body part connected to our vessels. Thus, Ruoyi integrated pulse sensor into the collection, in the aim of giving the collection vitality under the aid of the wearer's heartbeat.This kind of detection image can deliver jewellery a sense of "energy" to give the user a 'gentle hint' and encourage people to stop and listen to the object. According to the creation plan, we could have a chance for reflecting on our long-term deafness to the things around us and creating a chance of exciting noise for the programmed life.