13 juni 2017

Paper art

One more from the CODA museum Paper Art exhibition: a paper sculpture with colour pigments by Korean artist Jae Ko (1961). She works with rolls of paper that are used in calculators and cash registers, and experiments with traditional pigments. She then rolls it up and shapes it.

Jae Ko considers the art she creates as works without a meaning, and therefore the objects are nameless. I enjoyed viewing her website HERE.

15 opmerkingen:

  1. ...they look like folded bath towels.

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  2. Ze maakt bijzondere werken, deze is nog bescheiden als je haar website bekijkt.

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  3. Really interesting and original art. The color is lovely.

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  4. So she's engaged in meaningless work. There's something wrong with that picture. What she does must have meaning for her! Right?

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    1. Yes I agree Lowell. I think maybe she just wants people to look at it with an open mind.

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  5. What a fun way to use paper to interpret a lot, guess its left to the observer to make of it as he/she pleases.

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  6. origineel werk dat mij wel aanspreekt Marleen

    prettige dag

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  7. I would enjoy seeing the colours of this type of art, but I would have to spell things out! That's just me!

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  8. Interesting and different. My first thought was towels. I wonder how many people think of that connection.

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  9. I would never have guessed what that this was made from rolls of paper. Very unique!

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  10. Interesting pieces. They remind me a bit of wool before its processed into yarn. Or the leftover ice when they clean the rink.

    http://berlin-365.blogspot.de/2014/01/giant-toothpaste.html

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  11. Thanks for the link Marleen, fascinating to see her work.. sooooo much paper!

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