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The artwork 'Homescreen' was crafted during a residency at the Yingge Ceramic Museum in Taiwan. It uses natural Taiwanese clays and porcelain to depict soybean roots in the soil. Soybeans, being the fourth most grown plant globally, owe their success to a complex root system that works with rhizobial bacteria. 'Homescreen' is made up of artistic elements shaped from plaster molds of soybean roots, forming root-like structures. Natural Taiwanese clays and iron oxides represent the soil. The installation aims to explore global connections and symbiotic relationships.

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