Tool of Persuasion/Larger Than Life: “Disillusion” by Joanne Lee (2013)

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Disillusion was inspired by the poem Shrinking Women by Lily Myers.

Two Chairs/Conversation Part 2: “Fate Therapy” by Joanne Lee (2013)

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Two chairs and a Conversation pt 1: Fate by Joanne Lee (2013)

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“Fate” demonstrates the conversation between me and my fate.
These two identical chairs are tall, structured, and almost majestic to show the presence and power that fate has in my life. Because I have as much control over my fate as my fate has control over me, the two chairs are the same size. Both chairs have intricate engravings (which I will add more of) to signify the grandiose nature of a throne that fate may sit on. I have placed my chair in the musical performance room on the first floor of CFA, which I view to be a clean and official location. The dialogue between me and fate happens in a formal and strict environment (rather than a homey and comfortable one) and I wanted to display that by placing my chair in a more formal location.

Imaginary Landscpe: “The Mold” by Joanne Lee (2013)

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Laser Cutter Example: “Your House” by Olafur Eliasson (2006)

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Your House is a work by Eliasson where he creates a house by laser cutting pieces of a book. He presents this work in the form of a video. This piece is made out of 454 pieces of paper, all laser cut and bound together into a book.

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Laser Cutter Example: “Brain 2” by Yksong (2010)

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Yksong on Flickr made this piece by engraving slices of the brain onto acrylic. When layered together it creates a three dimensional model of the brain. Each piece of acrylic can be removed and viewed individually.

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Laser Cutter Example: “Either Or Arch 5.1” by Eric Standley (2009)

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Eric Standley creates stain glass window scenes resembling the Gothic period from hundreds of layers of  laser cut paper. Standley creates the illusion of floating objects with his works. The many layers of paper give the work a three dimensional feel although it is made out of all two dimensional materials.

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