Chaozhou, China, a classic rural society of isolated and static style, consists of thousands years of ceramics and tea culture. In the 20th century, economic globalization swept over the world, neat and orderly-planed old towns rapidly disappeared, as well as the traditional rural culture that rooted in consanguinity and regionalism. In the 21st century, Chaozhou supplies 70% of the total ceramic commodities for the world, becoming the world’s largest daily-use ceramics production base. However, behind the huge output and commercial value of the industry are dumping price, excess capacity, dust pollution, irresponsibly disposal…… Desire is out of control.
WRECK, the destruction of decorum, the ruin of culture. We are trying, trying to recycle the wasted daily-use ceramics that is non-degradable and difficult in reutilization. Is it possible to reshape both the material and decorum?
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