“Wish you luck”
This work delivers my best wishes to my audience.
My “Ring” is an invitation to the audience, and by inviting people to “make a wish” and be part of my installation art.
The “stone” on the ring would be their token to be thrown into the wishing pool. Using crystal stones is representing and believing in the empowering spiritual value of materials, and also how wishes can be empowering and bring hope to us.
After making a wish, my audiences can keep/wear the ring and whenever they see the ring, it could remind them of the beautiful wishes they made. The ring is a record of this precious interactive experience that we both share and have been part of. Magnets are set to the bottom of each “stone”. When people throw their “wishes” into the pool, a shape would be shaped eventually with magnetic attraction. A shape will be built with all wishes we made.
This sculpture would be the current answer to my question:
“What does luck look like?”
“This is the shape of luck created by us”
By inviting audiences through the interactive installation, artist develops a more intimate connection with my work. For the audience, their participation to be part of the installation art also makes the “jewllery” more precious as it is also a record of this experience. My work explores the idea of “Wishing”, by incorporating natural crystal materials with spiritual energy, and the power of people’s wishes. Jewellery empowers us, and we empowers the jewellery.