ConceptFeeling the warmth of his/her naked body, I playfully pressed a cold, hard fork against his/her skin, and a soft... Read More
Feeling the warmth of his/her naked body, I playfully pressed a cold, hard fork against his/her skin, and a soft dimple formed and then a following question came to mind.
"How do our perceptions respond when we stimulate a space, just as we press acupressure points on the human body?"
This artwork, composed of 2.5-dimensional sculptural objects, photographs, and videos, is conceptualised by this question.
A single piece of leather, covering a rhomboid wooden frame and coloured like a rusty copper plate, is debossed with an outline of a fork.
In the context of this work, the area on the leather canvas functions as a space itself that is subject to artistic manipulation and the outline of a fork, deprived of its signifié and function as an everyday object, acts as a symbol of a spatial vector with magnitude and direction.
The patterns with dents and dynamics generated by the combination of these vectors produce infinitely propagating rhythms covering the space.
The scar patterns inherent to each piece of leather, revealed by the coloring process, add diversity to the visual textures of the artwork eroding the space.
With this installation, which visualizes the rhythmic stimulations to space, we attempt to demonstrate that artistic interventions on space can resonate with our perceptions and induce our physical sensations.
Dimension: This work is a polyptych consisting of multiple panels and its total dimension varies according to how these panels will be layouted. The dimension of each panel is Width 38.6 cm x Height 38.6 cm x Depth 3 cm.
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