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INFLECTED SPACE LEAD BY ANDERSON INGE & ANTONI MALINOWKSI

AIMEE AIZHEN CHEN


CONTENT i preface

WALK AND DRAW W 01

abssttrracted

COLLAGES C 04 ed

slat

tran

PAINTING 08

transfo

rmed

RELIEF TO SCULPTURE 12 rhyth

med

CHAIRS 16 d

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WINDOWS 22 co

ns

tru

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d

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PROJECTOR IMAGE 26

spatia

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PERFORMANCE 30

experie

INFLECTED SPACE 36 acknowledgments

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preface

Space is the overlapping of perception and experience. Both physical and mental, but not real nor imaginary. A kind of like a third of space, an in-between space. Time in this dimension is a series of the continuous fold. Rhythmic movements of folding, folded and unfolding. No creasing, no limit and nobodies. It is inflected space.

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WALK & DRAW I walk, I draw. I stop, I finished. Extraction of percieved elements and moving with the sculptures.

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ÂŹ walk and draw sketch no. 1


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ÂŹ walk and draw sketch no. 6


COLLAGES Cutting and tearing of paper. Contrasting tones of grey. Translating the dualistic quality of the pencil to the hardness of the paper texture.

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ÂŹ sketch of collage


06 ÂŹ collage of Rosetta Stone in the Egyptian sculpture gallery


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ÂŹ collage of Rosetta Stone in the Egyptian sculpture gallery, inverted


PAINTING Drawing light and shadows. Black ink and white paper. Transforming the space inward and outward.

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ÂŹ ink painting of AA barrel vault, Willaim Hedley (left)


10 ÂŹ collage of the ink painting of AA barrel vault, below


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ÂŹ collage of the ink painting of AA barrel vault


RELIEF TO SCULTURE the layering of gesture. the rhythm of movement. The human body liberates itself into space and form.

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ÂŹ movement installation, AA barrel vault


REFERENCES ¬ Sculpture of Maria in Antoniuskirche St. Ulrich in Gröden, Ortisei, Italy ¬ Sculptures by Walter Moroder in Galleria Doris Ghetta, Ortisei, Italy ¬ Sculptures by Aron Demetz in his studio, Ortisei, Italy ¬ my sketch of body movement from Antoni Malinowski’s Venice Exhibition

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ÂŹ movement installation, abstracted, AA barrel vault


CHAIRS Hierarchical organisation of chairs. The legs of the chair define the space. Can you imagine shifting in scale and running between these spaces?

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ÂŹ chairs printed on acetate sheets on AA barrel vault window, no.3, AA


18 ÂŹ composition of chairs printed on acetate sheets, no.5


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ÂŹ composition of chairs printed on acetate sheets, no.7

ÂŹ composition of chairs printed on acetate sheets, no.6


20 ÂŹ overlay of chairs printed on acetate sheets, no.1


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ÂŹ overlay of chairs printed on acetate sheets, no.3

ÂŹ overlay of chairs printed on acetate sheets, no.2


WINDOWS Superimposing window onto windows. Shifting perspective of transparency and privacy. Inviting a spatial dialogue between the observer and observed.

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ÂŹ photograph of the set, performed by Lier Chen, AA


24 ÂŹ photograph of the superimposed window on windows, performed by Lier Chen, AA


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ÂŹ photograph of spatial dialogue, performed by Lier Chen, AA


PROJECTOR IMAGE Spaces beneath the chair. Overlay of colours on shifting planes. Constructed image of perception through the gaze of the projector.

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ÂŹ photograph of the stool on ceiling corner, AA barrel vault


28 ÂŹ photograph of composition of planes, AA barrel vault


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¬ photograph of chair’s shadow, AA barrel vault


PERFORMANCE Spaces cannot be owned or defined. Spaces can be inhabited and created. Spatialisation of the in-between space through moving between the material and immaterial dimension.

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ÂŹ photograph from the left side, performed by Yong Min Cho, AA Lecture Hall


32 ÂŹ photograph from right side, performed by Yong Min Cho, AA Lecture Hall


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ÂŹ photograph of pushing chair, performed by Yong Min Cho, AA Lecture Hall


34 ÂŹ photograph viewing into space, performed by Yong Min Cho, AA Lecture Hall


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ÂŹ photograph of dualistic self, performed by Yong Min Cho, AA Lecture Hall


INFLECTED SPACE The grid: our space is defined. The lines: our desire to be free. The reflection: our duality of existance. as we gaze into the inflected space ... ...

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¬ photography of installation, AA North Jury Room


REFERENCE ¬ photograph of Dutch landscape from a plane

38 ¬ photography of projector, AA North Jury Room

¬ photography of heater, AA North Jury Room


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¬ photography of reflection, AA North Jury Room


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acknowledgments

I am thankful for Antoni Malinowski and Anderson Inge for taking their time and patience to teach ‘Inflected Space’ and guided a way for me to navigate in the fourth dimension. Special thanks to Yoo Min Cho, Lier Chen and Willam Hedley for collaboration.

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