Posts Tagged ‘visibility

01
Mar
12

Yoonjin Jung : ‘Seeing the Unseen’ Series (Mixed Media)

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‘seeing the unseen’
mixed media
2010
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‘seeing the unseen’
mixed media
2011
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‘seeing the unseen’
mixed media
2010
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‘seeing the unseen’
mixed media
2010
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‘seeing the unseen’
mixed media
2010
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‘seeing the unseen’
mixed media
2010
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The main theme of Yoonjin’s work is ‘Seeing the Unseen’ which has been inspired by the emptiness in oriental painting. Her work explores the meaning of the empty space in oriental painting and the definition of invisibility in relation to the space. In fact some parts of her work seem unused. Yet they have been planned with as much care as the objects. What she wants to do in her work is to help the viewer to see the unseen and sense the invisible through both invisibility and visibility. Then the viewer is stimulated between the boundary of the invisibility and the visibility. – Yoonjin Jung : Artist Statement

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Yoonjin Jung : Website

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07
Mar
11

AVPD : Transparency White (D)

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“We define our spatial works as meta-architectures where the normal perception of the spectator is challenged and displaced and a new experience of space is made possible. In our works, we try to rethink the triangular constellation of the subject, the object and the context. We are interested in how spatial constructions effect the perception of the spectator and how she/he grasps the space in a cognitive, emotional and intellectual way. Our domain is reality and our artistic praxis is a spatial laboratory.” avpd

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Transparency White – TW01D
film, cardboard, tape
39 x 52 x 3.5 cm
2009

Transparency White – TW02D
film, cardboard, tape
39 x 52 x 3.5 cm
2009

Transparency White – TW03D
film, cardboard, tape
39 x 52 x 3.5 cm
2009

Transparency White – TW04D
film, cardboard, tape
39 x 52 x 3.5 cm
2009

Transparency White – TW05D
film, cardboard, tape
39 x 52 x 3.5 cm
2009

Transparency White – TW06D
film, cardboard, tape
39 x 52 x 3.5 cm
2009

Transparency White – TW07D
film, cardboard, tape
39 x 52 x 3.5 cm
2009

Only by the use of A4 transparency film (which is normally used for overhead projectors) mounted in several layers in different combinations this series of works examines the perception of how the light penetrates the layered transparency film creating vibrant light differentiated surfaces/tones. The visibility of the works depends on the light angle which makes the perception of each work physical because the viewer has to move the body to find the right angle to make the work appear. [AVPD]

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AVPD : Website

AVPD : Galeria Leme

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09
Jul
10

Richard Long : Textworks

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Nature has always been recorded by artists, from pre-historic cave paintings to 20th century landscape photography. I too wanted to make nature the subject of my work, but in new ways. I started working outside using natural materials like grass and water, and this evolved into the idea of making a sculpture by walking. Walking itself has a cultural history, from Pilgrims to the wandering Japanese poets, the English Romantics and contemporary long-distance walkers.

My first work made by walking, in 1967, was a straight line in a grass field, which was also my own path, going ‘nowhere’. In the subsequent early map works, recording very simple but precise walks on Exmoor and Dartmoor, my intention was to make a new art which was also a new way of walking: walking as art. Each walk followed my own unique, formal route, for an original reason, which was different from other categories of walking, like travelling. Each walk, though not by definition conceptual, realised a particular idea. Thus walking – as art – provided an ideal means for me to explore relationships between time, distance, geography and measurement. These walks are recorded or described in my work in three ways: in maps, photographs or text works, using whichever form is the most appropriate for each different idea. All these forms feed the imagination, they are the distillation of experience. Richard Long

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EXHIBITION WORKS

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