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Container is a key factor to hold water. And the “Refractableware” rethinks the connection between them. What if water contains the container?
Through the refraction, the objects underwater change its shape. This is the precise moment between false and actual that ”Refractableware” wants to present － a series of touchable virtual image. There is a slight folding line on each ware, and there will be a visually “invisible surface” when the “Refractableware” lays together. That is exactly the original water surface.
“Refratcableware” tries to break through the impression of traditional porcelain crafts and bring a new aspect to static ware.
National Kaohsiung Normal University