Blowing Notes! - Plasma Screen/Physical Interaction/2008

Within the plasma screen, a white wall is covered with many post-notes and there is a real post-note in front of the screen. Whenever you blow toward the real post-note attached on the sensor, bend sensor bends backward and post-notes on the screen fly away. When sensor comes back flexibly, post-notes which flied away earlier appear again on the wall. The theme of this project is about visibility VS invisibility and outside VS inside of the objects. Moreover, there is a text at the end of each movie clip so you have to blow toward note strongly if you want to read the text on the empty wall.



Driving on Corn , Date Visualization and Information in Space/Exhibition/2008

“How much corn do we need to grow to drive a certain distance?”
This exhibition aimed to visualize relationships of data between area and distance in physical space. I focused on ethanol as a biofuel. Corn is one of the main crops that produces ethanol. Gasoline is slowly being replaced by ethanol. However, we can cast the question like Is it efficient to use ethanol instead of gasoline? The truth is using ethanol as a biofuel is not as efficient as we expect. Actually, it costs more energy and more money to produce the same gallon of ethanol and galsoline. In addition, corn is not only used for fuel but also it is fed to animals and used to the other product as a syrup.

Yuseung Kim









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