Fragment: The Imperfection in Life
"There's a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in. "
FRAGMENT is a bi-annual magazine features life's imperfection. We want to celebrate the holes in our socks, our scorched attempts at brownie making, crappy haircuts we have had. Within our first two issues, FRAGMENT will offer lessons on embracing life's supposed flaws and imperfections; its the beauty of tilted architecture makes Pisa Tower extra appealing to the world; it is the aesthetics and theory of Wabi-Sabi embraces the marks time leaves on torn walls...
It turns out many things that appear to be faultless may not be. We have citrusy suggestions for what to make when life gives you lemons.
Feature articles from these two issues include:
–Our American's favorite chef, Julia Child made mistakes during a TV show without apologizing—how did she move on?
–The well-known artists include Marcel Duchamp, Edgar Degas, and Norman Rockwell intentionally broke the rules to celebrate mistakes in art—how did they embrace criticism?
–What is the Wabi-Sabi? Why there are so many designers and architects such as Tadao Ando get inspired and incorporate its theory into their works?
– The urban infrastructure in Hong Kong with extreme density have fascinated many architects and tourists, followed by an interview with two designers who have been investigated this evolving city for years.
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