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Julia Chiang on Chains

Artsy Editorial
Apr 21, 2013 2:33PM

“Chains have always made me think of a form of bondage, restraint, control, defining boundaries, violence, among other things, and I thought about how if they were made with ceramics they'd be really fragile— defeating their purpose and function ... I love working with ceramics because of the characteristics of it being both extremely fragile and strong.” — Julia Chiang

Find Julia Chiang’s work in the Whitney Art Party Sale.

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