The origination of Song’s collection was strongly linked to human activity and society issue, she was an observer, who could be sensitive feeling the interpersonal relationship, which between individual and crowd, individual and environment. She believes that human activity will give jewelry new life, such as wearing, moving, and touching. Extensity and versatility were representative elements in her works.
"My work is inspired by the visual effect created by the movements of natural light. I am fascinated by the shadows casted by the sun and the way this changes the shapes of objects throughout the day. I am interested in the idea of casting those shapes while exploring the relationships between dark and light, solid and void in the creation of my jewellery pieces. I primarily use gilding metal as a material, while incorporating elements in resin that are then transformed by the effect of UV light. I enjoy placing these UV sensitive objects near a window during a period of time so that their shape and colour will be transformed by the projected sunlight. I understand my jewellery pieces, not as stable, static objects, but rather in constant transformation as light will continue affecting them when they are worn. For example, the colour in areas exposed to direct sunlight will change from white to red. Conceptually, my design is focused on the inter-related connection between time, space and environment and how this can be transformed through human action. These are issues that are important to me and I explore in my collections. "
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