No one has yet seen a letter as it really is

Jin Lee Kyung – No one has yet seen a letter as it really is

No one has yet seen a letter as it really is. When the letters have volume and are seen in different perspectives, new form and meanings arise. The letters started with sculptures and were flattened again from different angles. This transition from a three-dimensional construction to a two-dimensional surface enriches the letter’s architectural potential. The resulting shapes are defined by the behaviour of each material.

Projet de diplôme (2019) par Jin Lee Kyung

Professeur·e·s
Julia Born
No one has yet seen a letter as it really is. When the letters have volume and are seen in different perspectives, new form and meanings arise. The letters started with sculptures and were flattened again from different angles. This transition from a three-dimensional construction to a two-dimensional surface enriches the letter’s architectural potential. The resulting shapes are defined by the behaviour of each material.

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