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Brooklyn-based collaborators Chen Chen and Kai Williams cultivate an unexpected fusion of material and design. Experimentation fuels the duo’s process, as they combine found objects such as spandex, pieces of bone, and chunks of marble to create home goods, jewelry, and unique studio pieces. From the metamorphic to the functional, their expertly crafted work explores material fluidity in ever-changing spaces.

Selected exhibitions
2019
Romancing The StoneThe Future Perfect
Blow UpFriedman Benda
2014
NYC Makers: The MAD BiennialMuseum of Arts and Design
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Moonmilk, 2013

Cement, wood, steel, polypropylene
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New York
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Brooklyn-based collaborators Chen Chen and Kai Williams cultivate an unexpected fusion of material and design. Experimentation fuels the duo’s process, as they combine found objects such as spandex, pieces of bone, and chunks of marble to create home goods, jewelry, and unique studio pieces. From the metamorphic to the functional, their expertly crafted work explores material fluidity in ever-changing spaces.

Selected exhibitions (3)
Other works from NYC Makers: The MAD Biennial
Other works by Chen Chen and Kai Williams
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