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Artistic Stratum B1/4B4/1B1/4, 2016 1000 sheets of tissue paper, porcelain with stain, 18 x 13 x 17 cm

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Artistic Stratum B1/4R4/1, 2016 1000 sheets of tissue paper, porcelain with stain, 21 x 19 x 14 cm

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Artistic Stratum B4B1, 2016 1000 sheets of tissue paper, porcelain with stain, 11 x 13 x 21 cm

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Artistic Stratum BG4-3W-1, 2016 1000 sheets of tissue paper, porcelain with stain, 11 x 10 x 11 cm

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Artistic Stratum 2014, 20 X 20 X 12 cm

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Artistic Stratum 2014, 20 X 20 X 12 cm

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Jongjin Park received his MA in Ceramics at Cardiff Metropolitan University, and is currently pursuing a PhD in Ceramics at Kookmin University, Seoul.

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Jongjin Park’s pieces are made using a technique Park stumbled upon while researching his Master’s thesis at Cardiff University. By painting clay slip onto pieces of paper towel, layering them, applying pigment and then firing them at 1280 degrees, Park creates a masslike trompe l’oeil.

The resulting objects not only mimic the appearance of wood, they’re also strong enough to withstand typical woodworking tools, like an electric sander or a Dremel, which allows Park to create the container-like pieces. In some of the work, Park binds as many as 1,000 sheets together that can take up to three days to create. The integration of paper in his work allows the ceramic to imitate another material.

Jongjin Park

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Movimento invisibile. 2017 59 x 28 x 28 cm

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Sfera di Memoria

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Sfera di Memoria. 2016. 23 x 19 x 19 cm

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collaboration with Lotte Thuenker

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Inizio della vita, 2017. 33 x 25 x 21 cm

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La eessenza, 2015. 74 x 22 x 21 cm

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La vita

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"Allora l'Eterno Dio formo' l'uomo dalla polvere della terra, gli soffio' nella narici un alito di vita, e l'uomo divenne un'anima vivente" 7; 2 Genesi

Tutto cio che ha in se' un soffio di vita hanno una propria energia. noi la prendiamo e trasformandola, ne creiamo una nuova. Il mio lavoro vuole rappresentare l'energia invisiblie presente in questo fenomeno, che si attua tramite un processo perpetuo e circolare di generazione e scissione.

Nato a Buan, Corea del Sud1977 Inizio studi presso Universitá di Dong-A (Corea del Sud)1996 Diplomato presso Accademia belle arte di Carrara (Carrara, Italia)2012

Kim Sung-il

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Moving house. 2018

She usually looks at materials through their visual qualities, textures, surfaces, and colours. When she started to work with leather, she identified that in a tactile and visual manner, a leather sheet is a very three-dimensional material: its front, back, and edge surfaces are extremely different and contrasted.

From this observation, she initiated a process that explores how these three dimensions could be used to create visuals. In the end, she constructs rich compositions that combine both 3D and 2D languages into a collage of leathers. In this way, she reveals leather as a tool for visual expression much richer than the usual surface use which is made out of it.

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Melting Pop. 2018

With Melting Pot De Huiskamer creates a social design event during the DDW with an exhibition in which talented refugees, together with designers and residents from Eindhoven.

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CUTE anthropomorphism and thingification. 2017

These collaborative works by SEWAJI are one of the representations based on the research ‘CUTE’ that touched upon many hidden aspects of the striving for, and expression of, cuteness. With their own artistic perspective on ‘cute’, they present communicative objects and statues that imitate each other’s cuteness.

For them, imitating is one of the critical strategies, which demonstrate the expressive quality of ‘cute’ world. In this project, SEWAJI plays with two kinds of cuteness: natural cuteness in living creatures and engineered cuteness in inanimate objects.

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Ball play 2017

This ball incense holder has a simple shape with a playful elements.

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Petit dance 2016

Petit H is a small brand within Hermes. It was founded using Hermes’ old materials from the past, as well as slightly awed materials that could not be used, which gave it the unique ability to tell a completely new story and thereby giving birth to a brand named Petit H. During my visit of the Pantin factory located in Paris, I was able to witness a factory resembling a fairy tale scenery, where each item was carefully made by hand and displayed the value and story of the Hermes brand.

I was received a great deal of inspiration during my visit. This Petit H project respected the value of the Hermes brand, and it was a project creating an object capable of telling a story like only Petit H could.

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Bojaki blind 2014

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Broom brothers 2016

Broom bothers is a range of products used in everyday life and produced as aesthetically pieces, between ad ancestral tool and a modern object. From natural materials and crafts and traditional technics, Jung wanted to design simple but still useful objects with a very specific aesthetic that allows the user to exhibit them at home.

Hyunjee Jung







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