French artist Jean Fautrier acted based on Paris, whose works were composed of elaborate paint over by knife and delicate and plain color. Tough and rugged surface of painting leaves a deep impression. He tested his work more boldly and freely, and his works treated esthetic tests importantly. His strong expressiveness suggested direction of design of 'Matiere', adding a big significance to work.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Matiere is a work that expressed the beauty of moment by getting abundant expressiveness through overlap of pigment through the palette knife effect. It is a sensual work that saved the touch of brush tip and the feeling of knife by concentrating on visual cubic effect through overlap of pigment, unique beauty is expressed since each work has different form, touch, and texture.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
When not using the work with a brooch, it can be utilized as a picture (work) by attaching to a canvas frame that has magnetism. On the contrary, when using a brooch, it could be used as a jewelry by fixing to a cloth using an attached pin on the back.
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project had been held from November 2015 to April 2016 in Korea.
It was exhibited in Art of Aura Tumtree Project in May 2016 in Korea and Design Miami in June 2016 in Switzerland.
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
It was made of pure silver, red copper, brass, stainless, gold leaf, linseed oil, oil painting pigment and sap of lacquer.
Korean traditional material 'sap of lacquer' is used to a beautiful texture on the designed metal plate such as oil painting pigment.
Mixing ratio of material and mixing time greatly influence maintenance of volume after drying and natural knife touch effect.
When mixed materials were dried after a while, they effect unique texture on plate.
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
DIMENSIONS: 8 types including 70mm x 50mm x 10 mm
PACKAGE: The artist designed to naturally harmonize the feeling of crafts with the work. And assigned the original characteristic by designating number per each work by directly indicating the color that was used in the work on top of the package.
Jewerly, Design, Brooch, Oil paint, Sap of lacquer, Classic, Korea, Traditional
Oils and Acrylics Foundation Course _ Tidnam, Nick, Tappenden, Curtis / 2004.05.01
The story of art. - 15th ed., enl. and rev._ Ernst Gombrich / 2003
History of art for young people _ HORST WOLDEMAR JANSONS / 2008.07.25
Modern painting is much more individual and various compared to the classical painting, and cannot be produced without intending matiere in respect of expression and technique, accordingly, Matiere is very significant for the painter and the appreciator. Interest in Matiere has become higher since the modern art, particularly, such effect that Informel painters used to express as a thick wall by mixing sand, etc. or spreading pigment thick on the screen was expressed since the second World War. Informel implies the abstract art of postwar Europe which highly regarded artists' extemporary behavior and passionate expression refusing geometric abstract of pre-war(戰前), and Informel art is a type of abstract that belongs to expressive impulse of artists in its form, precedent thereof could be found in the works of Vasily Kandinsky and Paul Klee, however the actual pioneers were the artists as Jean Fautrier, Bols, and Hans Hartung, who acted based on Paris.
Due to toe materials of works, linseed oil and oil painting pigment, etc., used as major components, require a long time to be completely dried, having crack or discoloration as time goes by, accordingly, to complement such weakness, the artist utilized traditional material 'sap of lacquer' which is available for change in drying time with regulation of temperature and humidity. As the result of various attempts and test, quality sap of lacquer increases gloss by achieving a little more solid combination, strong adhesion, and reduction of drying time.
TEAM MEMBERS (2) :
Sungjae Han and Boyeon Kim
Image #1: Photographer KC, Variations, 2016.
Image #2: Photographer KC, Variations, 2016.
Image #3: Photographer KC, Variations, 2016.
Image #4: Designer Sungjae Han, Variations, 2016.
Image #5: Designer Sungjae Han, Variations, 2016.
For patents: Patent No.
For copyrights: "Copyrights Sungjae Han, 2016."