Dangling Strands of Elastic used to make 3D Sculptures


Hong Sungchul was born in 1969 in Seoul, Korea. He is an artist who embraces modern technologies and various media within his work. His use of numerous staggered elastic strings upon which the imagery is printed, communicates his unique concept of visual consciousness.The broken images interlace and transform to reveal a final image, incomplete until the dynamic interaction of the viewer.

It’s an interesting technique to represent human connectivity through a series of parallel, layered strings. They don’t necessarily touch, but when brought together, there is a bigger picture to be seen.

Via [MyModernMet]

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Dangling Strands of Elastic used to make 3D Sculptures

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