What is remembering if not a magnificent ensemble of memories, experiences, creative stimuli, real and dream-like images? A sort of endless puzzle whose pieces, once fitted together correctly, reassemble the course of a person’s life, the fulcrum of which can always be traced back to the child within. It is exactly to this “young child” that Wallace Chan alludes by placing a blue, porcelain sculpture depicting that child at the center of his Mind Puzzle pin. A detail that highlights the Chinese artist’s much-loved technique of using porcelain combined with boldly-cut stones which, since 1987 to date, has allowed him to write new chapters in modern-day high jewelry and is known as “Wallace Chan Porcelain” and “Wallace Chan Cut”. And Mind Puzzle certainly gets itself noticed with a rich variety of stones cut into the most diverse geometric shapes.