‘ Teaching ’ category archive

Jan
11

in sync

http://dcreative.tistory.com/entry/in-sync-2011

Jun
28

Students’ Works from KNUA-MS2 (IM)MATERIAL

It’s been an interesting semester working with the students at KNUA. Definitely a great learning experience. These are some of the works by them.

한치윤

표선정

정재원

임윤정

이진모

이승조

박성인

강영지

김희영

김유진

강영지

박수민

이정미

김희영

박지용

이승조

한치윤

Mar
10

Pictures from the Computational Workshop




Mar
01

Computational Workshop @ Kookmin University + Kyonggi University

I will be running a Maya workshop for Jinbok Wie’s studios at Kookmin and Kyonggi University this coming week.

WORKSHOP: COMPUTATIONAL DYNAMICS – ‘BONE’
Tutors: 김지호 (http://www.ynotwhy.com, http://crtl-i.com) + 위진복 (http://wieandpartners.com)
The workshop will be dedicated to constituting the artificial process of transformation of material information. This process will target comprehension of how extensities are formed into intensities. The STUDIO will deal with form as field which is full of dynamic strengths, rather than reductive physics. The STUDIO will work with the materiality of matter implying the changes of modes and the shifts of energy, rather than materials in modern manner. The introduction of dynamic modelling tools from Maya will give the STUDIO the learning of the capabilities of the program, coupled with the understanding of the relevant parameters of the subject studied: nCloth, IK, particle-dynamics, soft bodies, expressions, and etc. If relevant, some other parametric synchronization tools like grasshopper and scripts will be possibly introduced.

‘Bone’ will be dealt with in two scales of material system and two levels information exchange that enriches the subject, ENGINEERING VERTICALITY. TWO SCALES: 1. The microscopic level of the internality and the individuality 2. The macroscopic level of bone as collectivity TWO LEVELS: 1. The relation to other system of the body 2. The relation to external forces.

Feb
06

(im)material

I have been asked to teach a course at the Korean National University of Arts. The course is set up to explore the complex relationship between the material and the immaterial elements of design through a few experiments. This would be my first full-semester teaching experience apart from teaching as an assistant or running shorter workshops. I’d like to thank Jieun Lee and Jinbok Wie (http://wieandpartners.com) for this opportunity.

Course Description:

This course aims to explore the complex relationship between the physical and the metaphysical territories of design. The act of creation is often complete when conceptualization and materialization both take place. We will situate ourselves in 5 sets of experiments that are conceptually connected, but physically separated. The very nature of these experiments will actively seek to develop a new sense that will perhaps enable us to see the invisible, to touch the intangible, and/or to materialize the immaterial.