Yuhan Chen is a humanwear designer who explores the symbiosis of a future world. Her work combines non-anthropocentrism and romanticism, and she believes in the equal role of humans, plants, and animals in nature. Humanity must abandon its anthropocentric arrogance. She imagines and shapes the trans-species creatures of the future world, exploring the future of art in a non-mechanical age and creating her unique biological designs of the future.
In the age of the Anthropocene, anthropocentrism has drawn a 'hard-and-fast line' between humans and animals, and under the threat of “Ecological Armageddon”, the Undermining
of this hard line and the implementation of a policy of multi-species and multi-species care is what will drive human development. that the violence, exclusion, and discrimination against insects, that insects are a very special category, where violence, exclusion, and discrimination
are not valued compared to other mammals,
This is essentially a manifestation of the species hierarchy that has led to their catastrophic decline and extinction so that humanity must change its insect speciesist prejudices, confront its interdependence with insects and offer compassion and protection to marginalized trans-species groups to move from the Anthropocene to the symbiotic age.
This work is a purely handmade representation of the future of interspecies ecology, distinguishing it from future designs that combine high technology with a sense of future biology and post-human identity.