Ding Ding is an expression of the different relationships observed between wearer, receiver and giver. Simple in texture and shape, its deeper purpose lies behind the playful exploration of the subtle “ding” it emits when two wearers are in interaction with each other. In today’s environment of noise and clamor, this sound brings both comfort and familiarity; a quiet union and secret shared between two joining into one, yet while apart is both distinctive and individualistic at the same time.
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Invited and created as part of FARM — Made for Sam programme for Singapore Art Museum.