Final Project

Assignment,Final Project,Submission — Hojae Jung @ 1:53 pm

Assignment Three: Companion

Assignment — Hojae Jung @ 1:06 pm

Inspirational Artists for Soft Sculpture: Yuko Takada Keller

Artists,Reference — Hojae Jung @ 1:12 pm

Assignment Two: Comfort

Assignment,Knot making,Submission — Hojae Jung @ 5:09 am

Assignment One: The Concept of Circulation

Assignment,Description,Submission — Hojae Jung @ 1:18 pm

Laid out a 22″x30″ white stonehenge paper, cut it into four pieces of quadrangle, and started exploring every possible way to transform it into a sculpture.

The work consists of four steps representing the concept of circulation, inspired by the ideas of “blank slate,” “Karma,” “The Law of Nature,” and so on.

Each step represents a state of circulation. Starting out from a long zigzig torn piece of paper, in a counter clockwise direction, it begins to explore its ways to build itself, grows  gradually, moves onto next level and another, reaches eventually the staring point, and keeps circulating.

Inspirational Artists for Soft Sculpture

Artists,Reference — Hojae Jung @ 9:12 am

Here are the two artists I would like the class to look at; Christo & Jeanne-Claude and Do Ho Suh.

Using fabric, the couple have been creating work on a gigantic scale. Their main work includes Wrapped Reichstag in Berlin, The Gates in Central Park, NYC, and Over The River in Colorado.

Some of Do Ho Suh’s installation work such as Home within Home and Reflection were made of synthetic resin and polyester fabric.


Origami Box

Reference — Hojae Jung @ 7:46 am

Of course, I found this instruction from Google. Folding paper to make a box can seem easy and basic, and yet this will be a fundemental starting point where a 2D transforms into a 3D. So, let’s make one. Also, what I found quite surprising about origami is that it has roughly 400 years of history, and it’s now classified as a modern art form. Origami is definitely more than just folding papers!

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