Category Archives: research

Hanji (han=korean, ji=paper)

Since I am interested in working with paper folding, I started with researching on paper, particularly Hanji(Korean paper) and its application in the domestic space. Hanji comes in a variety of thicknesses from sheer tissue to paper as thick and

Hanji (han=korean, ji=paper)

Since I am interested in working with paper folding, I started with researching on paper, particularly Hanji(Korean paper) and its application in the domestic space. Hanji comes in a variety of thicknesses from sheer tissue to paper as thick and

Investigation on how contemporary ceramic artists use gallery space and installation

to address the relationship between ceramic practice and domestic space, or the idea of domestic space, as a frame for their work. Throughout the history, the home has been an important location for encountering art, particularly ceramics because domestic space

Investigation on how contemporary ceramic artists use gallery space and installation

to address the relationship between ceramic practice and domestic space, or the idea of domestic space, as a frame for their work. Throughout the history, the home has been an important location for encountering art, particularly ceramics because domestic space

“Setting for One” by Paul Kotula

  “We exist in intimate space, as physical beings whose sustenance is based on the nourishment of real experience. I make to offer and remind people of that.” Setting for One by Paul Kotula. laminated wood, glass, stoneware “I embrace ceramics

“Setting for One” by Paul Kotula

  “We exist in intimate space, as physical beings whose sustenance is based on the nourishment of real experience. I make to offer and remind people of that.” Setting for One by Paul Kotula. laminated wood, glass, stoneware “I embrace ceramics

“Faceture” Vases by Phil Cuttance

London designer, Phil Cuttance created a series of vases that are individually produced by casting a water-based resin into a simple handmade mold. “First the mould of the object is hand-made by scoring and cutting a sheet of 0.5mm plastic

“Faceture” Vases by Phil Cuttance

London designer, Phil Cuttance created a series of vases that are individually produced by casting a water-based resin into a simple handmade mold. “First the mould of the object is hand-made by scoring and cutting a sheet of 0.5mm plastic

The Fabric of Art: Christo & Jeanne-Claude

Christo and Jeanne-Claude have collaborated on large scale temporary outdoor installations since 1961. Christo first began wrapping small objects such as books and magazines and then expanded his production to include larger objects such as furniture, bicycles and cars. Later

The Fabric of Art: Christo & Jeanne-Claude

Christo and Jeanne-Claude have collaborated on large scale temporary outdoor installations since 1961. Christo first began wrapping small objects such as books and magazines and then expanded his production to include larger objects such as furniture, bicycles and cars. Later