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St Lucas School of Arts Degree Show 2015

Exhibition  /  Schools Degree Show 2015  /  25 Jun 2015  -  28 Jun 2015
Published: 10.07.2015
St Lucas School of Art & Design Antwerp
Management:
Hilde De Decker
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Intro
During the annual Master graduation show 2015 at the St Lucas School of Arts Antwerp, the jewellery department took part with two freshly graduated masters.

Artist list

Lynn Hofmann, Sangji Yun
Their academic artistic training consisted of artistic work attached to research and theory. Starting from content and meaning, their master year has been an on-going search for the combination between thinking and doing, research and intuition, content and execution, imagination and interpretation. The result is a balanced mixture of form, meaning, material and technique. The work of Lynn Hofmann and Sangji Yun submitted to the Master graduation show, is a personal mean to express their fascinations, interests and qualities. 

Lynn Hofmann has set up a research project called VUCA, which stands for Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity. It revolves around the translation of abstract concepts into objects. This opposed to digitization, which aims at to dematerializing dematerialize the real world, she am wonderingthinks about ‘analogization’, about attempting to give the digital culture a physical shape. By using the human body as an interface, she wants to open up the dialogue between our digital and our physical selves.

Sangji Yun has worked on the passage of time. She explains that time is expressed in two different ways in Korean: Shi-gak and Shi-gan. Shi-gak consists of two meanings, the moment (Shi) and engraving (Gak). Therefore, Shi-gak is translateds as an engravement engraving made with the lapse passage of momenttime. Shi-gan, on the other hand, consists of Shi (moment) and Gan (in-between). Shi-gan, therefore represents space between moments, and the sense of space is embedded within the word. As time flows and is intangible, Therefore, itit is therefore very difficult to shape physically. However, as time passes, we often can often find the traces of time. She is interested in the past as it appears in the present. She goes back in time to her grandparents, both skilled craftsmen, to find the heritage passed on to her. Whilst working with paper sheets, she enjoys the passing of time. Her project revolves around traces left in our consciousness.
Lynn Hofmann. Head Piece: Untitled, 2015. Synthetic material pigment. Photo by: Hilde De Decker. Lynn Hofmann
Head Piece: Untitled, 2015
Synthetic material pigment
Photo by: Hilde De Decker
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Lynn Hofmann. Hand Piece: Untitled, 2015. bronze. Photo by: Hilde De Decker. Lynn Hofmann
Hand Piece: Untitled, 2015
bronze
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Lynn Hofmann. Hand Piece: Untitled, 2015. bronze. Photo by: Hilde De Decker. Lynn Hofmann
Hand Piece: Untitled, 2015
bronze
Photo by: Hilde De Decker
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Lynn Hoffmann. Ring: Untitled, 2015. Copper, suckers. Photo by: Hilde De Decker. Lynn Hoffmann
Ring: Untitled, 2015
Copper, suckers
Photo by: Hilde De Decker
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Lynn Hofmann master exhibition Photo by Hilde De Decker.
Lynn Hofmann master exhibition Photo by Hilde De Decker

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Sangji Yun. Necklace: Untitled, 2015. Rice paper, glue. Photo by: Roger Laute. Sangji Yun
Necklace: Untitled, 2015
Rice paper, glue
Photo by: Roger Laute
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Sangji Yun. Brooch: Untitled, 2015. Rice paper, glue. Photo by: Jeannette Janssen. Sangji Yun
Brooch: Untitled, 2015
Rice paper, glue
Photo by: Jeannette Janssen
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Sangji Yun. Hand Piece: Untitled, 2015. Rice paper, glue. Photo by: Roger Laute. Sangji Yun
Hand Piece: Untitled, 2015
Rice paper, glue
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Sangji Yun master exhibition. Photo by Jeannette Janssen.
Sangji Yun master exhibition. Photo by Jeannette Janssen

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