Reading Between Lines

Using tapes on paper, Prof.  Shur Kiheun (서기흔/徐基欣) presents the courteous mutual actions between the visible and invisible meanings. “The interlinear view that penetrates through books and mankind … and a space of reason is the acme of beauty,” he said. I see his works with such a joy that playing around the shape and spaces–or the representations of visible and invisible parts vice versa– that Kiheum created through his special temperament. His works are indeed beautiful and meaningful.

Those photos were took at a showcase event at Ming-Chuan University, Taiwan.

서기흔_1 서기흔 _2

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  • Affiliation

    Department of I & C Design, National Taiwan University of Science & Technology
    國立台灣科技大學 工商業設計系 / 設計所

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    +886 2 2730 3280
    email: tingyi@mail.ntust.edu.tw

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