Fiona Fan’s work is an abstract narrative that is inspired by feelings of spying and being looked at. As influenced by Japanese Art: WABI SABI, she explores a spiritual journey to discover the feelings and reflections when facing a situation.
Clay is used to create form of gum to be translated to the reflection when people are annoyed at being looked at. The form is electroformed by a cover of copper to make a clear structure. The wire part is the abstract form of the mouth when people are talking too much. The aim is to achieve a bizarre visual aesthetic object that captures the attention of the audience through imaging the bizarre object and relating to their true feelings of spying and being spied on.