Dadaclub.online: the Exhibition (March 25-April 15, 2017)
News

I’m participating in Dadaclub.online: the Exhibition from March 25 to April 15, 2017 at Spazio Contemporanea, Brescia, Italy, curated by Fabio Paris. For more information: http://www.linkartcenter.eu/archives/4354 Press Release: http://www.linkartcenter.eu/public/press/dadaclub_PR_ENG.pdf

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Art and Science Talk at soho20 Gallery (Dec 9, 2016)
News

Hyomin Kim and I gave an Art and Science talk on Dec 9 2016 at Soho20 Gallery, in conjunction with Unseen Forces exhibition. Link: Information from the gallery Hyomin Kim on Sun-Earth Connection, Space weather Inhye Lee on Art inspired by Nature (Walter de Maria’s The Lightning Field on screen)

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Spatial Magnetic Field Visualization (2016)

Collaboration with Space Physicist Hyomin Kim, Research Professor at New Jersey Institute of Technology Center for Solar-Terrestrial Research Description Spatial Magnetic Field Visualization is a kinetic art installation consisted of magnetic field generators (solenoids) and a three-dimensional grid of ball magnetic compasses to visualize magnetic field changes. It is a physical space that emulates the…

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World Maker Faire 2016 (Oct 1-2, 2016)
News

We (Inhye Lee, Hyomin Kim) took part in World Maker Faire 2016 at New York Hall Of Science (Oct 1-2, 2016). Maker Faire url: http://makerfaire.com/maker/entry/58344/ Our project, spatial magnetic field visualization (aka real-time volumetric magnetic field visualization), is a kinetic art installation that responds to the magnetic fields change. We generated magnetic fields utilizing three…

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Plus Belle Haleine (2016)
Experiment

Background 2016 marks the centennial anniversary of Dadaism. I contributed to Dadaclub‘s initiative that celebrates the beginning of this conceptual art movement (Published online here) by revisiting the original artworks made in those era. I created “Plus Belle Haleine” based on Man Ray’s work “Belle Haleine”. (View Original) Concept With my limited French language knowledge,…

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Magnetic Field Drawing (2016)

Ongoing Project. Images created from a magnetic field visualization app. Made with MaxMSP, Arduino circuit with a magnetometer and everyday objects (a nail clipper, a ladle, scissors, fridge magnets, an AAA battery, etc) interfering the local magnetic field. Made for a K-12 STEAM workshop in Korea.

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Accordion Mask (2015)
Toy

Prototype/Concept test. Developed during residency at Signal Culture and the Staten Island Makerspace Work in Progress. Test Video A video posted by Inhye Lee (@to_ot_to_ot) on Sep 16, 2015 at 9:02pm PDT

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Family Tree Project (2015)
Photo

The Packer-Bialik Family Dualscopy Lenticular prints, flip book, ongoing project Image sequence from Rachel and Joyce (Daughter and Mother) Related project: http://www.inhyelee.com/portfolio/family-tree-project-2014/

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Family Tree Project (2014)

Concept Visualization of the lineage of family members. The first specimen of this project is the Kim-Choe family. They have produced two children in their marriage, hence connecting two distinct families by blood. Pictures of their extended family are gathered and made into a sequence of faces that exhibit the linkages between them. I intend to continue…

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Accordion Face (2013)

Concept One of my interests is repurposing familiar objects such as toys (block toys, classic children’s books) or musical instruments (piano, xylophone, accordion) that I grew up playing with. By giving different roles to these familiar items that I have memories attached to, I want to recreate the mesmerizing moment that we all had as…

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Piano: Face Jumble (2013)

Concept Play music. Jumble face. This piece started as a sequel to Face Book with a Hole where I borrowed the idea of a die-cut book that connects a page to the next via a hole on a page. I intended to deliver the connectedness of human emotions by creating connected faces in the book.…

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How is it going for Dummies (Remastered!) (2012)

Concept “How is it going for Dummies” is a fake-tutorial video originally made as a part of Alien Song project in 2003. This old video was remastered for an installation “How is it going for Dummies (Remastered! 2012 Edition)” in 2012. The installation was concepted for “That Object is a Work of Art” exhibition, a…

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Faces With A Hole: The Infinite Loop (2012)
Sound, Video

Full Title Faces With A Hole – Happy, Angry, Joyful, Sad: The Infinite Loop / 구멍난 얼굴들: 무한루프 Media Single Channel Video + Sound, Video/Sound controlled by MaxMSPJitter. This piece is meant to have no clear beginning nor ending. It intends to loop infinitely with 20 % chances of going back to the previous emotion.…

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Face Book With A Hole – Four Emotions (2011)
Experiment, Toy

Full Title Face Book With A Hole – Four Emotions / 구멍난 얼굴북 – 희노애락 Concept Borrowing a classic children’s book format (die-cut book), where viewers see a part of next page through a hole, I intended to create a series of faces that lead into one another. I wanted to share and mix visual…

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Sketching on Mt. Greylock (2011)

Full Title Sketching on Mt. Greylock – Return of Charley Description Outdoor projection with performance to celebrate the 160th anniversary of the publication of Moby-Dick, written by Herman Melville. Context 2011 is the 160th Anniversary of the publication of Moby-Dick which was written at Melville’s farm home Arrowhead in Pittsfield, MA. “Charley” lived in the…

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Helioscape (2010)

* Idea sketch (Proposal for Land Art Generative Initiative) Description Helioscape is a group of balloons mimicking desert trees and dunes, powered by embedded photovoltaic films. It gradually swells from the ground with sunrise as if sand piles up and plant grows. The artificial landscape illuminates following sunset until the end of the day. Collaborators…

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Announcement on 14th street (2010)
Public Art

Project Concept/Documentation 14th street in Manhattan is one of New York City’s major thoroughfares. After I moved to Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 14th street became crucial in shaping my daily life.  I take the L train, the subway that runs under 14th street, almost every day and a lot of my daily activity seems to be happening…

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Weather / Neighborhood Project (2010)

Description After participating in HOOSAC RIVER LIGHTS IIa Festival, I got interested in projecting images on various natural environment. Depending on the location and the given weather, interesting visual effect can be created. Cloudy sky can be very interesting canvas. So can the ever changing falling snow. Here are some experiments on a snowy night…

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Mermaid Octopus and Fish (2009-2010)

Description Mermaid Octopus and Fish is a multi screen video piece that is projected onto the water and concrete wall of the river. It is made for the HOOSAC RIVER LIGHTS IIa in North Adams, MA. We participated in the same festival in 2008 and created a mural of wishing lights which turned on with…

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Grand Street (2008)

Description Comparison of old stores and new stores on the Grand Street (plus Graham), which used to be a main business/trade path to connect the Williamsburg waterfront and Bushwick Avenue. Several interviews with the business owners show how the neighborhood evolves and changes.   Video Oops. You might not be able to view the video…

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Wishing Light Bridge (2008)

Description “Wishing light bridge” is a mural of low-tech lighting sculptures that invites people to share their thoughts. Adopting a custom of coin throws to make a wish, “Wishing light bridge” encourages people to write down their wishes, turn the light on with a coin and collaboratively decorate the space with the light panel. We…

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TypoBlok (2007)

Elevator pitch Typoblok is a building block toy that can create typefaces through the play. Idea development I started this project while taking Judith Landsman‘s typography class at Parsons design school (Spring 2007). Goal was to create a 3 dimensional box that uses either one alphabet or one word as a design element. Instead, I…

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Zig Zag Muzig Block (2004-2006)

Elevator pitch Zig Zag Muzig Block (ZZMB) is a three-block-structured interactive visual music toy. Blocks are working as the sound controller as well as the visual container. Following and upgrading the analogue mix and match character toy, ZZMB allows users to compose a new character’s moving image by mixing and matching four different singing characters…

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