Im-perfect

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Denial- Back Piece
Denial- Back Piece
Anger- Brooch
Anger- Brooch
Bargain- Glove
Depression- Knee Piece
Shame- Necklace
Shame- Necklace

This project is concerned with the acceptance of acquired physical disability and social attitudes towards personal appearance. The process of psychosocial adjustment following an acquired disability has been viewed as a sequence of stages (Fortier & Wanlass, 1984), similar to those experienced during the grief associated with one's imminent death or the loss of a loved one (Kubler- Ross, 1969). Coincidentally, No matter what people with or without disability maybe face these six stages such as denial, anger, bargain, depression, shame and acceptance, when people experience a different life-changing event. For my final major project, I want to explore psychosocial adjustment problems among people with acquired disabilities, and translate their feeling from the beginning until now to become a jewellery collection which could stimulate people to empathize with their experience and embrace diversity. 

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The Chinese Philosopher, study from a sculpture by Dora Gordine.
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