Born in China and based in Melbourne, Miki Huang graduated from Kingston University, London in 2018 and completed a one-year fashion textiles design program at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Miki’s masters project explores physical and mental relationships between the human body/mind, the interiors we inhabit, and the objects we select to fill those interiors. Miki believes clothing can act as a medium between object, space, and body. Her project “Indoor Self-Salvation Guide” is a way to both analyse and communicate what she refers to as ‘Indoor Syndrome’, where sensations of body, object, space, and daily routines merge through a psychic ritual.