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Ilivetomorrow 'fragment(S) The Poetic Of Decay'

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Hong Kong design gallery, ilivetomorrow, presents Fragment(s), a series of porcelain vases designed exclusively by Julie Progin and Jesse McLin of Latitude 22N for the LIMITEDunLIMITED Editions collection.   Located in the Jiangxi province and known as the porcelain city of China, Jingdezhen has a history of over 2000 years in porcelain making. Artist and designers Jesse Mc Lin and Julie Progin have been working there for over four years during which they have established a production studio and developed several porcelain collections for their own brand, for private clients and for special commissions. Julie and Jesse’s investigation of Jingdezhen also lead them around the city where the landscape is undeniably shaped by the ceramic industry with mountains of remains composed mainly of broken molds and porcelain pieces. these residues bring to light the entropy of the processes in ceramic production and revealed themselves to Jesse and Julie as a poetic decay, offering a kind of ‘real-time’ archeology of the city that inspired FRAGMENT(S).   at ilivetomorrow G/F 43 Tung Street Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

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