Media ‘Rak(樂, Joyful )’
_Projection Mapping on the porcelains
Bunchungsagi (a grayish-blue-powdered celadon) is the Korean traditional porcelain
which was covered on the surface wetted a grayish blue powder to hide the lower
quality of surface of the porcelain in 15C.
Media ‘Rak(樂, Joyful) upgrades low quality Bunchungsagi into high quality white porcelain
through projection mapping and motion graphics which are lively patterns of Bunchungsagi
reinterpretated in a contemporary style.
Media Lucky Omens(길상:吉祥)
_Interactive projection mapping with Touch OSC
The audience can conjure lucky omens by touching the Touch OSC iPhone interface
and experience a play on image and meditative value through 6 wide screens
which contain each East Asian traditional pattern each pattern has
a connotation of auspicious meaning. The lum blossom pattern means
‘to pray for virtue and purity,The pomegranate pattern means
to pray for the fecundity,Ten-Longevity means ten kinds of creatures
for ongevity and the peony pattern means to pray for being wealthy
and noble in East Asia.
_Technical Part, VVVV : Lee Sang-yong(gconic.com)
_Technical Part, iPhone App Develop: Shim Min-seok (gconic.com)
MEDIA_Wayoo(臥遊, Enjoying the scenery lying in a room)
Landscape painting in East Asia was based on the foundation of the view of nature
in Taoism and at the same time as an expression of nature. There is Wayoo((臥遊) which
is one of the appreciation methods of landscape painting in ancient East Asia. Wayoo means
enjoying the scenery lying in a room. Media_Wayoo makes you feel like being in the room,
then painting the landscape through projection mapping to enjoy the scenery. Just like
ancestors who wanted to get peace of mind through appreciating the scenery.
_Media Facede 'Gwangwhamun'
_'Touch Scape' with iPad
_Motion Graphic for Media Facede of Gwangwhamun
_Touch Scape with iPhone
_Interactive Media Scape with Jonghaun Kim