For Georges Rousse Trophy by Hasong Lee

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
For Georges Rousse

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Trophy

INSPIRATION:
Among many techniques of metal crafting, there is a technique of digging a groove in a metal plate, folding it at a certain angle, and then soldering between them. I like geometric shapes and I naturally became interested in the technique and I used it to produce many works. During this process, the metal plates were folded in and out to create interesting shapes. At this point, I came up with the idea that I could see the shape I wanted from a certain angle. The three-dimensionally folded metal plated can show the planar shape I intended from only one angle, which gave me curiosity and curiosity, and gave me visual fun. With this expression of Anamorphosis, jewelry like a brooch was later vanished with lacquer on the shape of the angle I intended.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
It is a trophy for French photographer Georges Rousse. Forms were made by imaging his stories and works. Based on this, I produced a trophy figure that is a three-dimensional impossible that showed the intended form and image at one point. I expressed the interior space that is his work in a structural form with a sense of space. Also if you look at the trophy from a point in time, you can see a two-dimensional circle with holes in different colors. It is an indirect message to rousse.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
My work has a visual illusion of Anamorphosis. This seems to distort or distort the appearance of the object depicted in the picture from a normal point of view. However, when viewed from a specific location or angle specified by the artist, the distortion disappears and the figure in the picture appears normal. Viewers feel visually confused by observing these distortions. It also creates strong concentration in them, creates tension, and leads them to doubt their views.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project started in Seoul in September 2017 and ended in late December 2017 in Seoul. First, the work was exhibited at the Gold Museum in New Taipei, Taiwan from June to October 2018. And secondly, before I graduated from the graduate school, this work was exhibited in the school gallery.

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
The form is produced through a computer 3D program. The metal plate is cut using a saw or a laser. It uses the technique of folding or soldering metal to fit the drawing. I use cupro-nickel and 925silver as materials. This is because when the form is finally completed and the body is colored through heat, the contrast between black and white can be seen. Then we can clearly see the picture of the form or surface I intended at a specific point in time of the finished work.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
115 mm x 137 mm x 154 mm I produced a trophy figure that is a three-dimensional impossible that showed the intended form and image at one point. My work has a visual illusion of Anamorphosis. This seems to distort or distort the appearance of the object depicted in the picture from a normal point of view. However, when viewed from a specific location or angle specified by the artist, the distortion disappears and the figure in the picture appears normal.

TAGS:
Anamorphosis, Memorial, Symbolism, Sculptures, Trophy

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
This work is a trophy to commemorate the Georges Rousse, which gave me a lot of enlightenment in using visual expressions, giving me the direction of formative work with memoriality and symbolism. In the future, I will continue to explore and pioneer the technique of creating sculptures in which the external and visual moldings and the inner and memorial and symbolic meanings of each are harmonious. Research on making these sculptures will advance my trophies, ornaments, and various objets.

CHALLENGE:
Usually, the visual expression of Anamorphosis is only seen in large spaces for us. This is because the larger the space, the more effective the visual expression. In order to show this through a small objet, I expressed it in three dimensions by combining the visual expression of IMPOSSIBLE FIGURE such as Penrose’s triangle as we know it. At one point, the three-dimensional sculpture of the trophy will show you impossible figure through Anamorphosis. That shape isn’t make sense.

ADDED DATE:
2020-03-31 09:34:55

TEAM MEMBERS (1) :
Hasong Lee

IMAGE CREDITS:
Image ALL: Photographer&Craftsman Myeongwook Heo, For Georges Rousse, 2018
Main Image is Image #1. Optional Image is Image #2, Image #3 and Image #4.

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Hasong Lee

PROFILE:
This is a trophy for 'Georges Rousse'. Rousse presented designer Hasong Lee the detailed direction of the formative work with memoriality and symbolism, and inspired a lot of Anamorphosis and Optical illusion effects. The trophy was created by investigating the work of the French photographer Rousse who inspired her, related episodes, and appropriately imaging the contents. On the basis of this, Lee was produced in a concise, compressed, and tense form while considering the structural form and sense of space, which is an architectural space, and proper size and proportion as a trophy. And just as Rousse draws shapes such as ○, △, and □ that fit into the space to express meaning, Lee inlaid another metal on the surface of the trophy so that a hole with a hole can be seen at one point. When you look at an angle you specify, you can spot something strange by moving your gaze along a square frame. It would seem impossible for the protruding corners and the indented corners to continue naturally. In addition, Lee was projected on the surface of the metal to match the angle to convey the 'Essence' of the sense of ○ Rousse importance to the implicit message. To commemorate him, Lee engraved on the back the image of his face as a dot with the message “If you build a dream, a dream will make you” to Rousse. Looking at the formatively, this work uses cupro-nickel and silver to commemorate Rousse, the master of Anamorphosis, and heat-colored to express black and white contrast clearly.

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