Prim considers contemporary jewellery as fascinating objects which not only convey stories but also designed extension boundary of body. She is interested in using the repeatable elements to make flexibly wearable jewellery which could closely attach on body and wave with movement.
In her current studio practice, she wants to make a “second skin” but it’s not that obviously like biological skin. Her works are also her reflections on the aesthetics of biotechnology.
From her perspective, jewellery is such a tolerant thing that can not only be worn as a decorative “jewellery”, but also can be another extension boundary such as fashion garment for catwalk, creative photography property or even scenery decoration. She develops her works on the boundary between contemporary jewellery and fabric-like garment “material”. Meanwhile, her current research is also around exploring the potential wearabilities and positioning her works into her ideal context or field.