Presentation of my work which was created during the postgraduate course in Interior Design at the University of Brighton. Current sections from Term 1 and 2.
The task for the Main Design project was to develop a participatory Annex to the Tate Modern Turbine Hall- the purpose of which would be to provide opportunities for the visiting public to engage in Making, Displaying, Teaching, and Research activities.
Position Statement: GALLERY SPACE
A gallery should be accessible to everyone and should not be a closed, delimited space in itself, but should include the events of the outside world and can further intensify an expansion of different perceptions through the modern virtual world and interactions. In my opinion, experimental and involved action is more valuable and sustainable for the visitor than simply viewing individual works. By testing and understanding new things through your own doing
The focus of this work is on the discussion platform. Different things take place on this platform. The main action is an area to raise one‘s voice and to gain new insights through the exchange of ideas of different participants and to be stimulated by the knowledge to want to do more research, to ask questions, and to listen attentively. This should be done in a playful way and should be accessible to everyone, because interaction, exchange, and cooperation with others produces results other than those of one alone. This way, greater attention can be drawn to important issues even in busy and crowded places such as the Level 1 bridge in the Turbine Hall. Where will this take place? Beneath the Level 1 Bridge in the Turbine Hall.
Position Statement: MODERN ART
When I think of modern art, I associate it with “being entitled to raise his voice“. Not only in the form of verbal expression but also in artistic representation and to include the point of view of others. As a kind of feedback, but also as another way of looking at and questioning topics and things from a different angle. That young and old learn and benefit from each other by bringing together different interest groups and experts and by sharing new and traditional skills and experiences.
The group work in term 1 – consists of Hyegyeong Baek (Keidy) and Joonyoung Choi (Joon) and me – was to find a construction for a cartographic device and had the main concern to acquire data. Unusual factors that we noticed about Brighton compared to our home countries are the direction and intensity of the rain, the volume of noise on the streets, and conspicuously many dust-creating construction sites with fine dust, which cannot be avoided. With our wearable device, we tried to conduct investigations in the city of Brighton regarding our self-chosen topic pollution. Especially, in the field of air-, noise- and water pollution. To make this device realizable we researched how and in which way we could capture information such as rain, dust, and noise.
This project is an installation at the Palace Pier in relation to the cartographic equipment and in consideration of the circumstances or conspicuous factors at the pier.
This project deals with the proposal of an artist in residence at the Brighton Palace Pier.
The aim of this workbook was to present an understanding of contemporary issues in sustainable design. As well as to develop the ability to discuss and criticize them with a focus on sustainability and design. In addition, a personal position should be taken in relation to contemporary debates on sustainable design.