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I hate my 흠(Heum)* - Part 2: Digital to Analog

흠 keeps me away from becoming a perfect human being. A perfect human being may exist only in theory. How can I achieve perfection as a person who have so many 흠. The past I want to change, the relationship I want to avoid, my laziness I cannot overcome, my looks, voice, gestures… - all these 흠 bother me.

And if there is 흠 in one range, I feel disappointment and anger in myself and run away to the another range. But when I look back from the new place where I arrived, I will be willing to accept 흠 in the place where I was before and return. And so on, I circulate with escape and return, changing places, occupations, goals, relationships.

But sometimes I think it looks fine if I take my 흠 with me from one place to another. It might look rather good. This work “흠” began with a process of recognizing and accepting imperfection, having 흠 and circulating it from one place to another and from one medium to another, switching between analog and digital, design and technic, order and disorder, ideal and real.

 

* 흠 / spoken “Heum” = imperfection or flaw. It can be found in every field like appearance, function, personality, history... The term 흠 however not only denotes specific flaws, but also a general indispensable human condition carried with you.

 

** The project introduced in ‘AdaCAD: Parametric Design as a New Form of Notation for Complex Weaving’ of Laura Devendorf(Assistant Professor at University of Colorado Boulder ATLAS Institute & Information Science Department)

Teilnehmer Inyeong Song
Betreuung Prof. Tristan Pranyko, Juan Almarza Anwandter, Mika Satomi, Elaine Bonavia, Elisabeth Oestringer, Anne Hederer, Nuri Kang, Kristina Strauß, Björn Bernt, Jörg Hugo, Frank Beez, Christoph Link, Alfred Heine, Martin Schatz, Raul Donner, Sebastian Summa, Sabine Selmke, Carolin Wachter, Veronika Groß, Anna Lena Ballweg, Prof. Aart van Bezooijen, Paula Rache
ProjektkategorieSemesterprojekt Projekt-Fächer BA/MA Textil- und Flächendesign
Woven Glitch 1
Woven Glitch 1

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Woven Glitch 2
Woven Glitch 2

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Plan
Plan

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Weaving Pattern from Algorithmic Program: AdaCAD
Weaving Pattern from Algorithmic Program: AdaCAD
The project introduced in 'AdaCAD: Parametric Design as a New Form of Notation for Complex Weaving' of Laura Devendorf(Assistant Professor at University of Colorado Boulder ATLAS Institute & Information Science Department)
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Machine Building and Weaving
Machine Building and Weaving

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Open and Close
Open and Close

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