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Kristie Lui

Kristie Lui is the gallery assistant at Dai Ichi Arts, Ltd. She received her master’s degree in the history of art and archaeology at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, where she studied the art of China and Japan from the Tang dynasty and Heian period, respectively. She received her bachelor's degree at University College London (UCL) in the history of art and material sciences. At UCL, she studied the exchange of decorative arts between France, England, and East Asia. She is fluent in three languages: English, Mandarin, Cantonese, and can read and write in French and Japanese. She has had experience working in museums, galleries, and cultural heritage institutions in Singapore, Beijing, and London.


Ayumi Shigematsu 重松あゆみ, "Jomon Recollection"
The more I thought about this title, the more I puzzled over time's material mysteries. What does it look like for a form or an object to exist in the future? Does an object, like the lived experiences of the hands that built it, always appear relative to the past? How do I see time through an object?