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Flow Artwork

Siyon Jin

South Korea

Mixed Media, other on Other

Size: 19.7 W x 19.7 H x 0.4 D in

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Mixed Media:other on Other

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Size:19.7 W x 19.7 H x 0.4 D in

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Man Begot Light, and then Flow Light is attractive for artists. Since the Impressionists' interest in light reflected images of objects and the world, followed by artists like Man Ray who searched the interiors of objects using light, artists have closely scrutinized and exposed contemporary man existing in a time that has become nearly ambiguous where distinctions between day and night has become blurred, a hybrid time in cities enveloped by artificial light with the advancement in science and technology. Light is a medium that enables our vision to realize this world, and we can perceive an object with any clarity only when there's light. Therefore light is inseparable from time and as we perceive the world through time, time is also the object of fascination for artists. Jin Siyon has seriously incorporated LED in his artwork since 2008. In his work titled Wave, the filmed images of sunrise and sunset over the ocean were simultaneously projected in the format of LED sculpture. There may have been several reasons for incorporating LED into his work, of which the most important would be the artist's formatting of the ocean to autonomously lit and move. That is, the three dimensional structure required the use of LED to generate form, light, and motion. The palpable ocean is not a laminated mirage reflected on our retina, but a touchable and reachable entity that is visualized through artificial lighting. Investigation of man formed out of light Firstly, hitherto artistic representations of light as meaning have symbolized man as an entity of light, recorded and edited his movements, and thereby expressing the currents of light movements. The roots of such an approach can be found in the recent developments in social networks. Represented foremost by Facebook, social networks have already conquered existing confines of physical space, and people on earth are now connected in real time by new online networks. Such novel relationship mappings have become a starting point to plot the course for the artist's "˜humane' viewpoints. Furthermore, the artist has begun to interpret individual beings as "˜light.' The motions of one individual and the relationships derived from human liaisons, the connections between man and the world are represented as traces of light. This was realized by such works as the media façade artwork using LED from 2010 titled, Sign1, which was further developed in Sign2 and Sign3.

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