3D String sculptures by Hong Sung Chul
South Korean artist Hong Sung Chul creates three-dimensional string sculptures where images of people are printed across hundreds of elastic strings. This series entitled String Mirrors. Using various media and modern technology, prompts interaction and performance from his viewers. Hong initiates a dialogue with and between viewers, instilling the sense of community prised in Korean culture. These strings are staggered in his works and interlace to reveal a final representation – one of support or loneliness. via:oldroze
OMG THESE ARE AMAZING.
observation #1: hot damn, it’s hot. WHEW. this cali girl is going to take awhile to get used to that.
observation #2: singapore’s beautiful. so noticeably clean, and GREEN.
observation #3: amazed at how westernized the city is. popped into the store to pick up some basic supplies - so many american brands! i feel like i could pretty much find anything i wanted from back home. they had the same brand of cheese that i just saw at costco, and i even found my favorite deoderant (yes, i forgot my deoderant at home).
observation #4: i can already tell that i’m going to get fat - happily so. 24 hour food places everywhere (and a loving hut is just around the corner!).
in general, arrived in singapore smoothly (aside from a hiccup trying to find my apartment building). jetlag kicking in - good night’s rest ahead and then first day of work tomorrow…
On my way to Singapore for a one month adventure. Looking forward to working with the Edelman team out there, meeting new people, eating good food and hopefully getting inspired. :)
Now here’s hoping my bag arrives safely…
And fail #1: I brought the wrong computer charger. Woooops! Let’s hope the office uses the same hp notebook!
Countdown begins. Finally settling in that I’m off to Singapore for 1 mth in just a day. Going to miss SF and all its beauty.