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20 JULY 2014

Choreographed Typography by Hyun Ju Song and Mi Lyoung Bae

"Created by Hyun Ju Song and Mi Lyoung Bae, The Moment is an exploration of language, how the meaning is formed from words. Hyun Ju Song describes a situation when people face an absurd situation in Korea, they say 'It makes no word.' This project is about the absurd moment and creates no word out of words."

(Filip Visnjic, 12/02/2014, CreativeApplications.Net)

Hyun Ju Song and Mi Lyoung Bae (2013). "The Moment", Concept, visual programming & performance by Song, Hyun Ju, Sound programming & performance by Bae, Mi Lyoung. A generative design work where the Latin alphabet is transformed into abstract geometry using 3–screen–projection, Processing and Max/MSP.

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2013 • abstract geometry • alphabet • animated text • audiovisual experienceaudiovisual performanceblack and white • CreativeApplications.Net • disassemblegenerative design • Hyun Ju Song • Korean artist • Latin alphabet • Latin wordlegibilityletterformlive animationlive audiovisual performanceMax/MSPmedia artist • Mi Lyoung Bae • moving typeProcessing (software)projection worksrealtime animationsound design • sound programming • soundscape • The Moment (2013) • typo art projecttypographytypography experimentsvisual interpretation

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Simon Perkins
27 DECEMBER 2010

Brian Dettmer: book autopsies

"In this work I begin with an existing book and seal its edges, creating an enclosed vessel full of unearthed potential. I cut into the surface of the book and dissect through it from the front. I work with knives, tweezers and other surgical tools to carve one page at a time, exposing each page while cutting around ideas and images of interest. Nothing inside the books is relocated or implanted, only removed. Images and ideas are revealed to expose a book's hidden, fragmented memory. The completed pieces expose new relationships of a book's internal elements exactly where they have been since their original conception."

(Brian Dettmer)

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20063Daestheticsappropriationartefactautopsybookbook autopsy • Brian Dettmer • carving • cavity • compositioncreative practicedisassembledissection • enclosure • examinationexcavationfine artmaterial cultureorderingpageprintre-purposerelationshipsreverse-engineerscalpelstructuresurfacesurgicaltechniquetypographyvisual spectacle

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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