JEONG KYUN AHN
Do I really know you? + 3 Bathroom + 5 Words + 6 Naked + 8 Drama + 9 Sex
Shame + 12 Voyeurism + 14 Memory + 16 Thesis Statement + 17 Bibliography + 18
Do I really know you
Sometimes I feel like I donâ€™t know anyone in deep even though they are close friends to me. Sometimes I want to know what they think about me. I want to know how much they honest are, I want to know how they real are.
Jeong Kyun Ahn + Do I really know you+ 3
Bathroom is a place where people can be totally honest about themselves. No matter who they are, all of them are naked in the bathroom. No jewelries, no Birkin and no Rolex. Bathroom is a place where people excreted all fecal matter, which includes all pretenses. It is the place that people can reveal with all kinds of instincts such as pureness, sex, and even violence. It is the place for thoughts, it is the place for sorrow, it is the place for sex and it is the place for emptiness.
Jeong Kyun Ahn + Bathroom + 4
Jeong Kyun Ahn + Bathroom + 5
WORDS SEX HONEST TEARS RELAX SORROW MEMORY HUMID FAMILY EROTIC PURE MURDER EQUAL
HO T TO OT H
ATION B R U MAST
DE I IC SU
TO ILE TP APE
Jeong Kyun Ahn + words + 6
Jeong Kyun Ahn + words + 7
Psycho, Alfred Hitchcock
Brassi, Naked before the Camera at MET Suicide
Bathroom is for nudity. Everyone is naked. This photo remains me how naked body of human beaufiful is.
Bathroom is a place where people are not prepared. This is why all bad things happen in the bathroom. Murder.... Suicide....
Jeong Kyun Ahn + NAKED + 8
Jeong Kyun Ahn +DRAMA+ 9
Lovers, smoking, talk
Jeong Kyun Ahn + SEX + 10
Bathroom is a place where people can be more sexual, not only they are naked but also they feel naked so that they can temptate whatever they want. Furthermore people think that Bathroom is a private place where they can do private things. This is why a Bathroom is a place for sex.
Jeong Kyun Ahn + SEX + 11
Bathroom is the place where main characters reveal their struggles about their lives in this movie. Bathroom is the place for thoughts without any distractions. Bathroom is the place for thoughts about ugliness that they have. Thus bathroom is a shame free place for them.
Shame, movie scenes
Jeong Kyun Ahn + SHAME + 12
Jeong Kyun Ahn + SHAME + 13
Naked guy, Standford Hotel in NYC
Bathroom is the place where people do something they donâ€™t want to show to the other people. This is why this place can be reflected as the idea of Voyeurism.
Anxiety in public bathroom
Jeong Kyun Ahn +VOYEURISM + 14
Jeong Kyun Ahn +VOYEURISM + 15
Thus a bathroom makes people feel all the senses they have without any pressure and evoke some feelings they have. I want to explore all the feelings and thoughts people have in their mind in a bathroom and create visual designs by graphics. I am going to survey my bathroom and all the feeling about it. I am going to explore bathrooms other people have. I am going to take pictures of their bathroom and try to see their personality. I am going to survey all the thoughts and feelings people have about bathroom and describe as graphic words. I am going to find something that no one really thinks about bathroom and suggest the idea of it to the others by using design words.
Bathroom is the place where family can bond. It is the place where all good memories has existed such as family shower or the scene that a dad shaves his beard. It is very personal space. It is also a place where has happy, warm and fuzzy memory.
Overall, as a designer, it is important role to find something ordinary and put new meaning of it. For me, a bathroom is the place where I want to explore and find new meaning of it.
Savon Cadum AD in 1907
Jeong Kyun Ahn +MEMORY+ 16
Jeong Kyun Ahn +THESIS + 17
French chic : the art of decorating houses, Florence de Dampierre, Rizzoli In the fascist bathroom : writings on punk 1977-1992, Greil Marcus, Viking Psychology in the Bathroom, Nick Haslam, Palgrave Macmillan The bathroom, the kitchen, and the aesthetics of waste : a process of elimination, Ellen Lupton, MIT List Visual Arts Center By Design: why there no locks on the bathroom doors in the hotel Louis XIV and other object lesson, Ralph Caplan,Fairchild publication