Recently graduated in Furniture Design from the Rhode Island School of Design, Joyce Lin is an artist and designer passionate about making interactive sculptures and functional objects as a mode of exploration and play.

She works with a wide range of mediums including wood, metal, plastics, and upholstery to create surrealistic objects that explore questions about material and form and the ever-shifting relationship between humans and their environment. In the gallery below you will find three different projects, each of them investigating on the traditional concept of what a chair is. A plastic bubble that symbolizes the negative space around a chair, a white seat composed by 5 different broken or unwanted dining chairs and a maple-wood chair that sits loosely within its crystalline sarcophagus. The resulted pieces are both familiar and disorienting, playful and disconcerting.

More projects on Joyce’s page!

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