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Frozen #3 series, Standing lamp, Jesmonite, Leather, Socket, Bulb, 24 x 36 x 80 cm, 2015

The project Frozen explores a new process of making furniture. From a series of Frozen project, there are leather, fabric and paper-finished stools. In terms of drying time of its material, jesmonite, which is a water-based powder mixing with liquid, seats are manufactured in a very short time with folding skill that expands an unpredicted form.

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Frozen #3 series, Standing lamp, Jesmonite, Leather, Socket, Bulb, 80 x 28 x 80 cm, 2015

Jungin Lee creates work, which engages her thinking with an intuitive and unified narrative. With an academic background in product and furniture design, Lee’s approach is one of pure self- expression and instinct. Her furniture and objects are absorbed with materiality and experimentation. Each piece is handmade with honesty, rawness and irregularity in its chosen material.

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Frozen #4 Series, Wall lamp, Jesmonite, leather, 2015

Jungin Lee is a product designer keen on taking hands-on, experimental approach to projects, using design as a tool to explore alternative solutions. Her interests lie in variety of aspects of design including creation of future scenarios, process of making, materiality and objects, and film making.

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Frozen #4 Series, Bench & Wall lamp, Jesmonite, Leather, Socket, Bulb, 50 x 50 x 170 cm (Bench), 50 x 60 x 25 cm ( Wall lamp) 2015

The fabric folds into a seat in 15 mins. A mixed jesmonite will be poured into the soft mould and then cured in to form the hard inner structure. From the outside, the seat will still retain the softness of the woven fabric/paper. As a benefit of its process and material, it is less than 1cm thick and lightweight. It is an unconventional process of moulding to create one of a kind object using an industrial process.

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Frozen Fibre glass, Ink, Jesmonite 2012

Jungin Lee

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White-purple cube segmentation, 7"h x 7"w x 6.75"d, 2015

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cube segmentation (white-orange), 8.25h x 8.25w x 8.25d (inch), 2013

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white-orange cuboid biaxial segmentation, 10.5h x 11.5w x 5.25d (inch), 2014

The segmentation series is inspired by my fascination with science of cell, its division and the journey of growth that starts from a single cell and goes through a million divisions to become a life. I work with glass that has transparency and translucency, two qualities that serve as perfect metaphors for what is known and unknown about life science. The segmented, geometrical forms of my work represent cells, embryos, biological and molecular structures—each symbolizing the building blocks of life as well as the starting point of life.

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white Drosophila embryo segmentation, 6.5h x 14.5w x 5.75d (inch), 2014

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chromosome segments, 11h x 16w x 15.5d (inch), 2014

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development-embryo segmentation, 6.5h x 12w x 6d (inch), 2013

The uniquely refined translucent glass surfaces suggest the mysterious qualities of cells and, on a larger scale, the cloudiness of their futures. The Segmentation series is subtle and quiet yet structurally complex. I transform solid glass using cutting, lamination, carving, and surface refining processes to make art that is both beautiful and deeply invested with meaning.

Jiyong Lee

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Bag Veg-Tanned, 430 x 320 x 75 mm 2015

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Bag Veg-Tanned, 435 x 135 x 520 mm 2015

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Bag Veg-Tanned, 450 x 170 x 400 mm 2015

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Bag Veg-Tanned, 230 x 300 x 70 mm 2015

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Bag Veg-Tanned, 480 x 150 x 465 mm 2015

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Bag Veg-Tanned, 320 x 70 x 230 mm 2015

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Bowl Leather, Lacquered 300 x 170 x 105 mm 2016

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Bowl Leather, Lacquered 240 x 240 x 170 mm 2016

Junsu Kim







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