Jinya Zhao

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California, USA

Born and raised in China, Jinya Zhao discovered a passion for glass whilst studying for a BA at the China Academy of Art (2013-17) and MA at the Royal College of Art in UK(2017-19). After that, Jinya was invited to do an Artist-in-Residence in Southern Illinois University in USA.
She sees glass as an ideal medium to explore the themes of environment, emotions and personal experiences.

NON-EXISTENT EXISTENCE

Jinya’s work spans sculpture, installation and design. In her current collection she has created a body of new work, using different glass qualities in order to explore the subtle relationships and tensions between colour, form and structure.
Her intention is to playfully explore how glass can affect the viewers perception of reality and to engender emotional responses.
To this end Jinya aims to evoke the ‘non-existent existence’.

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Jinya’s work spans sculpture, installation and design. In her current collection she has created a body of new work, using different glass qualities in order to explore the subtle relationships and tensions between colour, form and structure.
Her intention is to playfully explore how glass can affect the viewers perception of reality and to engender emotional responses.
To this end Jinya aims to evoke the ‘non-existent existence’.

NON-EXISTENT EXISTENCE

NON-EXISTENT EXISTENCE

Jinya’s work spans sculpture, installation and design. In her current collection she has created a body of new work, using different glass qualities in order to explore the subtle relationships and tensions between colour, form and structure.
Her intention is to playfully explore how glass can affect the viewers perception of reality and to engender emotional responses.
To this end Jinya aims to evoke the ‘non-existent existence’.

Now on Sale
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Jinya’s work spans sculpture, installation and design. In her current collection she has created a body of new work, using different glass qualities in order to explore the subtle relationships and tensions between colour, form and structure.
Her intention is to playfully explore how glass can affect the viewers perception of reality and to engender emotional responses.
To this end Jinya aims to evoke the ‘non-existent existence’.

NON-EXISTENT EXISTENCE

Jinya’s work spans sculpture, installation and design. In her current collection she has created a body of new work, using different glass qualities in order to explore the subtle relationships and tensions between colour, form and structure.
Her intention is to playfully explore how glass can affect the viewers perception of reality and to engender emotional responses.
To this end Jinya aims to evoke the ‘non-existent existence’.

NON-EXISTENT EXISTENCE

Jinya Zhao