“Movement” exists between nature and fabric weaving, and it also happens in this moment. C JEAN focuses on the kinetic energy of colors and interprets it through clothing. Through the design of textile printing, art is created by plotting lines of contrasting color alongside each other via textile. This creates an illusion of movement as the viewer’s position is relative to the shifting artwork.
The gradient of color causes the shape of the garment to change. For example, the first layer is a black cone row with less color change; the second layer is a black blue cone row. The warmer tone is the third layer, the blue-green line where the tone is brighter. There are four rows of stable black cones, but what is interesting is that where the two sets of cone rows intersect, the cones are no longer regular lines due to the gradual change in hue, and there is a visual surge.
Our brains prefer certain colors and deliberately exaggerates these colors, allowing us to observe the world emotionally. Many times, we only see the world "indirectly." What we see is the "representation" or "interpretation" of the brain's external world, not the real external world. Through this design, C JEAN reminds us that the "emotion" that human beings first produced will be affected by various levels of experience, knowledge and education. The brain will have various interpretations of emotions in different shades.