Simulated Nature: “Farewell” by Bo Ri Lee (2013)

Uncategorized — Bo Ri Lee @ 11:29 am

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One of artists that I like is Sophie Calle and I was inspired by her work “Take care of yourself” to create this work. I interpreted nature as being a part of time; humans are always affected by time. We grow up – recently I left my high school to come to college. There was many feelings that I had and I used it as the main theme of my work. I took a part of my graduation speech and sent it to my closest friends, parents, family and teachers to get a response from them. This shrine is a farewell to my past years in high school and getting ready for a new life.

Two Chairs/Conversation Part 3 “RelaSing” by Bo Ri Lee

Uncategorized — Bo Ri Lee @ 12:08 am

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Chairs / Conversation Part 2 by BoRi Lee (2013)

Uncategorized — Bo Ri Lee @ 11:43 pm

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This prototype is one of my designs that I had created for the project. It was near to what I had planned but there was few things to improve in my design.

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First of all, the holes that were made to make the chair rocking wasn’t in the right place. Although I did plan in Rhino, it wasn’t properly measured so I had to make the hole larger by hand. It seems that I need to adjust the holes again and make it a little bigger so it would be able to fit in with ease.

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Also the back part of the chair wasn’t fitting in clearly due to small number changes that was made during the process which I will have to calculate again. Besides the back part I need to figure out how to put the chair together. Because I had tried it in a order that made some parts not fit in so perfectly one of the vertical pieces for the chair was broken into two. I think that I will probably try a different order to put the chairs together, putting the round wheels and horizontal sections of the chair together and then moving on to the vertical parts of the chair.

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And the chair might seem a little to short for someone who is very tall, which was a factor that I forgot to consider when I was making the chair. It is a part that I will have to change again.

Two Chairs and a Conversation: “Time Off” by Bo Ri Lee (2013)

Uncategorized — Bo Ri Lee @ 12:09 pm

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CFA students has long hours of studios and heavy work load. The chairs at the studios, however, aren’t that comfortable to sit log times in. To add to it, there are no place to sit down and have some food or enjoy the little time between classes at CFA building. I want to make a chair that would able students to relax the time they have and sit down to talk about other things beside the arts related subjects.

Imaginary Habitat: “Round and Round” by Bo Ri Lee (2013)

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Imaginary Landscapes: “Upside Down” by Bo Ri Lee (2013)

3D Printer,Assignment,Submission,Technique — Bo Ri Lee @ 5:11 pm

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Laser cutter Example: “Dump Truck” by Wim Delvoye (2006)

Uncategorized — Bo Ri Lee @ 1:14 am

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His projects are typically related to constructions; it takes form of construction objects such as trucks and it is often made with materials such as cement and steel that are easily found in construction sites. He uses laser cutter to make the basis of his sculpture and curve in elaborate gothic patterns into it. Most of his laser cutting project has theme of Gothic.

http://www.wimdelvoye.be/#

Laser Cutter Example: “360 degree book panorama” series by Yusuke Oono (2012)

Uncategorized — Bo Ri Lee @ 1:10 am

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Her works are cut out elaborately and has a theme of Christmas, jungle, sweet home and all other festive season. She uses the book as an axis and each page of the book becomes a layer that has different stories of the same theme. She plans her work using 3D CAD programming  and transform 2D surfaces to a rich visual sculpture using the laser cutter.

http://www.loftwork.com/portfolios/oonoyusuke

Laser Cutter Example: “Bavaria” by Studio Job (Job Smeets and Nynke Tynahel) (2008)

Artists,Laser Cutter,Reference,Technique — Bo Ri Lee @ 1:06 am

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The furnitures designed by Studio Job has elaborate patterns that has more function than a mere furniture; it is treated more as an art piece rather than a furniture itself. Their works are based on personal fascinations; in this series it was 17th century German folk art which they interpreted to make it look more quirky and patterned. They used laser-cut inlays to print the farm imagery on to the furnitures.

http://www.studiojob.be/

http://mocoloco.com/archives/010135.php

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