From Malaysia, Chee brings a unique international hue to Spin’s artistic palette. At the Malaysian Institute of Art he studied Western art and oil painting and minored in modern sculpture and Oriental art. Read More
From the moment he began his four-year study of ceramic design at the world-renowned Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, Li knew that he wanted to spend his life at the potter’s wheel. Read More
Emma Gao studied at Tongji University in her hometown of Shanghai, where she was accepted into the prestigious school of industrial engineering. Read More
Qi’s roots are in Henan Province, home to the Longmen Buddhist statues and a thousand-year-old tradition of woodblock printing, so she comes upon her obsession with handwork naturally. Read More
Growing up in the foothills of Daxinganling Mountain in Inner Mongolia, An Na was deeply influenced by the region’s unmatched natural beauty and traditional crafts. Read More
In 2002, Gary Wang (1950-2013) embarked on a new creative venture in Shanghai when he joined with a long-time friend to form Spin.