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I wanted to create this personal space within a box for the public because it is my story and I’m willing to share it with everyone. It is designed to be viewed through the “window” and one person per time so that the audience could have a more intimate and immersive experience.


(Im)perfection comprises two 3D-printed installations that provocatively challenge societal norms surrounding the concept of "perfection" by reimagining Michelangelo's renowned works.

These age-old sculptures undergo manipulation within the 3D space, reemerging with altered materials and scales. The outcome serves as an invitation to the audience, urging them to reconsider the traditional notions of perfection and imperfection.

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