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Work Sample ď °Kyong Kim is a designer based in New York. Trained in both graphic design and architectural practice, she's interested in both the fiction of design and the reality of construction and production. With ongoing interests in forms of narratives, her work ranges from buildings, books, websites, research to exhibitions. This work sample contains her selected projects in architecture, graphic design and research.

2016


Architecture Know the problems: investigate and prioritize the problem you like to play with. Be real: take account the reality of construction even in a speculative project. Construct a narrative: understand how the project relates to the conventions of architecture and other forms of cultural production if applicable. Be weird and playful: welcome coincidences, accidents and near-misses.

Selected Projects: Public Differential: Community Center Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, GSAPP, 2015 Two Grounds: Housing in Harlem Harlem, New York, GSAPP, 2013 Paradox of Efficiency: Marine Transfer Station and Museum of Harbor New York, GSAPP , 2014 BMW MINI Incubator Space Green Point, New York, nArchitects, 2013


Project 21 Master Plan Toronto, Canada, OMA, 2014 Taryn Simon Show at Park Avenue Amory New York, OMA, 2014 Milk Bar Rotterdam Rotterdam, International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam, KABK , 2012


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Public Differential: Community Center

Located within a favela adjacent to Tijuca lagoon, the center aims to provide a secure shelter for the community from recurring floods with facilities for urban farm. Two distinct historical structural systems, a concrete frame and a steel frame, run in parallel, creating a solid yet open public space that mediates the scale of the favela, the farm and the exiting towers. GSAPP, New York, 2015


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With complex geological, social, and economic condition of the site in mind, the building is conceived to accommodate the potential failure but render it partial. The structure is segmented in six parts, connected by independently standing staircases and losse doorways. The space was designed to be generic enoughwith little programmatic prescribtion. The lower brick wall was designed to be broken yet easily replacible in the case of storm surge.


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Two Grounds: Housing in Harlem

Located by East River in East Harlem, the project introduces multiple grounds to elevate the housing from floods and extend vibrant communal streetscape of Harlem into the site. A slopped terrain with six small courtyards provide varying layers of private and public. GSAPP, New York, 2013


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TWO GROUNDS

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Center for Aging

Reading Room

Child Care Center

Outdoor Play Area

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Medical Center

Cafe Weekend Outdoor Market

Laundry

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The ground is largely occupied by commecial and community spaces. We have center for aging and child care center on the north end of the ground floor, which are also vertically connected to the

public terrain. This vertical connection or transparent void also performs as a light well, together with extra light wells and light slits. On the upper floor, we located outdoor play area and reading room.

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The building has three main housing access from the outside; one through the lobby on the park avenue, second from the public terrain, third from the north end, and additional one through the ramp on the riverside.

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BMW MINI ADO Incubator Space

A 23,000 sqf co-working space in Green Point running by BMW MINI. A single-story former warehouse was strategically transformed to house a co-working office space, a restaurant, and a design store. Under construction. DD, CD, CA nArchitects, New York, 2015–2016


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New openings and cuts were introduced to bring openness to the existing monolithic brick facade. New brick patches follow various courses and grout details that have been accumulated over time in the existing facade. This juxtaposition of old and new playfully amplifies contrasting aesthetics that are unique to Greenpoint.


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In the middle of Free Space, an open public space mediates the offices, is a 16ft-high skylight. It has two mirrors that bring the views of Manhattan and Brooklyn into the building as well as the light that emphasizes the main public space. (Note: Drawings shown at no scale)


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Project 21 Master Plan is a 1million sqf multi-phase development plan for Toronto, Canada that includes a transit station, 16 office towers and a 3-level mall. The large retail volume provides an elevated public platform with multi-level terraces that create public spaces of viable scale and bring lights into the retail space underneath. SD, OMA, New York, 2013


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The show aims to appropriate and stage rituals of mourning and grief from different cultures that the artist has been collecting. A series of concrete cylinders were introduced as a spatial musical device with elevated paths and stairs that enable more intimate experience. SD, OMA, New York, 2013


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Paradox of Efficiency: Marine Transfer Station & Museum of Harbor

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The project explores two modes of efficiency in architecture as a base for formal and organizational opportunities for Marine transfer station for recyclables with Museum of Harbour in Gansevoort Peninsular, Manhattan. Organized by a series of tapered boxes as concrete shells, the lower floors are occupied as MTS with minimum structural footprint, while the compartmentalized upper floors are occupied as museum. GSAPP, New York, 2015


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Milk Bar was initiated to test a business rooted on a collaborative network as part of Test Site, International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam. A temporary foldable structure was introduced to maximize the limited space and emphasize its temporary operation that activates and deactivates the street everyday. Design. KABK, IABR, Rotterdam, 2012


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Research, Graphic Design & Other Know the problems: investigate and prioritize the problem you like to play with. Construct a narrative: understand how the project relates to the conventions of the field and other forms of cultural production if applicable. Be playful: welcome coincidences, accidents and near-misses.

Selected Projects: Future of the Museum in China Research and publication, GSAPP, 2013 Inhotim: Constructing Seamless Boundary Research, GSAPP, 2015 World Atlas of Design Research, Design Flux Journal, 2008 GRAPHIC: Type Archive Issue Publication, GRAPHIC, 2011 Event Log: 2004-2014 Publication, GSAPP, 2014


GZFM Exhibition, Space Hamilton, 2011 Beautiful Books in Korea Exhibition, Seokyo Art Center, 2011 Space Hamilton and Podo Events, Publication, 2010-2011 Space Bahk Visual Identity, 2010 GSAPP Alumni Forum: Fixer Visual Identity, 2014 Swishing Night Seoul, Visual Identity, 2010 Code Hub/Leap Frog Website, 2015 KAIA: Archive of Interdiscplinary Artists Website, 2011


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Future of the Museum in China

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The founding director, Fei Dawei was an art critic and curator based in Paris before he was assigned as director of Ullens Foundation. Born in China, he was involved in ‘85 movement before he started a new career in Paris. The first and last show he curated at UCCA was a retrospective show of ‘85 movement which offered a comprehensive summary of the first contemporary movement in Chinese art history. He left UCCA right after the center opened, and so as other senior staffs.

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Sun Dongdong Curator

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Walker Art Center, US

Chinese Contemporary Art Awards

Central Academy of Fine Arts

Leap Magazine

Art Basel Hong Kong

Minsheng Bank

MoMA P.S.1, New York

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Palais de Tokyo, Paris

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In 2008, UCCA announced that Jerome Sans was appointed as new director. He co-founded and co-directed Palais de Tokyo in Paris together with Nicolas Bourriaud, a cutting-edgy art center dedicated to emerging artists. Palais de Tokyo housed many exhibitions that can be associated with ‘relational aesthetics’, a term they devised to describe a new tendency in contemporary art that emphasized more active relationship between viewer and artists in the early 2000s. It subsequently challenged the ‘white cube’ model of displaying arts to become more a studio or “laboratory.”3 At UCCA, however, more focus was given to individual artiststs rather than to larger Chinese art scene. Solo artist shows flourished, together with his “curated by” series where a established artist invites an emerging artist and curates an exhibition. He set up the educational programs of UCCA which many art spaces in Chine lacked. In 2011, Philp Tinari was appointed as the director. Ullens spoke in an interview “We have made a number of adjustments designed to bring us closer to the Chinese market and Philip’s appointment is part of this move. I have always wanted UCCA to be the center of creativity in China and for China, and I believe Philip has the background, interest, and sensitivity to bring us to a new level here.”2 Prior to the appointment, Phil Tinari had been working in China more than 10 years as editor of Artforum’s China edition, Asian liaison

for Art Basel, and editor of international art magazine LEAP. His appointment suggested UCCA’s serious intention to be more integrated in the local art scene. His first show, Inside a Book a House of Gold: Artists’ Edition for Parkett, was made in collaboration with the art journal Parkett, which attracted huge attention. Installed in three exhibition spaces in the form of a house, it exhibited 212 edited works by 192 artists, produced in collaboration with Parkett, the art journal published in Swiss in 1984. It provided an walk-in encyclopedia into the up-todate contemporary arts. Apart from the ongoing series of solo artist shows, the center organized two research-based exhibitionsOn | Off: China’s Young in Concept and Practice, and Duchamp and/or/in China. Collaborating with the external curators, involving both in China and outside of China, the two exhibitions in conjunction with the publication attempted to provide a more comrehensive reading of current Chinese contemporary art scene. And it is paramount to note that such attempts to critically read Chinese contemporary arts come from both internal and external voices, which is rare in the market-driven Chinese art scene. The Future Recent transformation of UCCA show two distinct directions- more involvement and integration into the Chinese art scene through a wide array of exhibitions and programs and establishment of a Western fiancial model through rigrous fund-raising activities and private partnership. It is certainly an exceptional model in the genral context of Chinese museum, but, given the little institutional structure in the field of arts despite of the rapidly growing market, UCCA’s present and future will not be separable from the formulation of China’s own museum and art distribution model.

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Museum Case Study: Ullens Center for Contemporary Art

3 Clare Bishop, “Antagonism and Relational Aesthetics.” OCTOBER 110 (2004) 4 “Philip Tinari Will Be the New Director of Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing” New York Observer (22 September, 2011)

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As part of a research project on China’s museum boom, I contributed two essays, one on cultural centers and the other UCCA. Museum Expands: Cultural Centers traces the political power struggle within China’s Communist Party that has been the driving force behind the cultural development in 2nd and 3rdtier citie, unfolding the symbolic function of form in the cultural development and the potentials of these unprogrammed shells as cultural infrastructure. GSAPP, New York, 2013


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Inhotim: Constructing Seamless Boundary

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Inhotim currently has 21 pavilions which all together provide 115,000 sq ft of exhibition space. The number has been increasing and Paz envisions to have 40 pavilions and galleries on site in the near future. Designed by young local archiects, Arquitetos associados, Rizoma and few others, the pavilions belong to different aesthetic regimes of contemporary museum spaces, from an industrial shed to a white cube. While the galleries devoted to specific works of art are often either a white cube or a glass box surrounded by dense trees, the temporary galleries—Lago, Fonte, Praca and Mata—shares the qualities of an industrial shed with large free spans and few or no windows.

Inhotim’s park occupies an overall area of 2100 ha of which 600 ha are of preserved native forest and some 40 ha are gardens. Initially designed by Pedro Nehring, the public path of Inhotim is surrounded by the manicured gardens with Paz’s extensive botanical collection. Constantly changing perspectives are a special feature of these gardens—when strolling along the paths, visitors are repeatedly delighted by the new vistas which open up before them. However, the botanical collections is not only an objects to be viewed, but a spatial device that organizes paths and outdoor spaces by changing heights and densities.“The garden is an important step between the galleries—it gives you time to reflect and refresh before the next experience.” Inhotim’s chief agronomist, Juliano Borin said. [4] [4] Tony Perrottett, “Mining Magnate Bernardo Paz’s Dedication to Inhotim”, The Wall Street Journal, August 20, 2013

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As the subtle difference between the forest of Inhotim that are cared by hundres of gardeners and the natural forest of Brumandiho arises in a close look, it is an illusion that Inhotim is part of Brumandiho. The residents who now have jobs at Inhotim and have had cultural experience at Inhotim can hardly buy a house in the region. Since the opening of Inhotim, the land value increased by 1200%.

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Founded in 2006 by Bernardo Paz, a former mining magnate, Inhotim is a museocomplex that occupies 3000ha of land filled with his botanical collection and contemporary art collection. As part of the research project Collecting Architecture Territories, I visited and researched Inhotim with a focus on its landscape as an organizational and territorial device that was crucial in the construction of a real-estate and entertainment business based on the community of Brumandiho. GSAPP, New York, 2015


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World Atlas of Design

The atlas explores how the geopolitical center of design has changed over the course of 20th century. It demarcates every events and objects appeared in two most popular design history book in Korea — 20th Century Design by Jonathan Woodham and An Introduction to Design and Culture by Penny Sparke. Published in Design Flux Journal, Korea 2008


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GRAPHIC: Type Archive Issue

Type Archive is a special issue of a bi-lingual graphic design magazine GRAPHIC. Conceived to shed light on contemporary typeface design practices, it featured 48 typefaces across the world in a form of type specimen, 48 interviews, and a special typeface commissioned to Karl Nawrot and Radim Pesco. Project Editor, Seoul, 2010


Event Log 2004—2014

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Introduction

Introduction Welcome everybody, I think we’re gonna get on the way. From Mark Wigley’s introduction for the conference “2000+: The Urgencies of Architectural Theory” on Friday, April 18, 2014

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A Journey to the Future: Richard Neutra’s Brave New World

People’s Architecture Panel Discussions

organization focusing on human use and perception of the landscape. Headquartered in Los Angeles, its recent projects include investigations and exhibitions on uranium disposal cells, the Texan oilscape, and the historic surveying infrastructure of the United States.¶ This event is co-presented by Studio-X NYC and its pop-up project,Venue, a partnership with the Nevada Museum of Art’s Center for Art + Environment, which is traveling around North America through September 30, 2013.¶ Saturday August 11, 2012 ¶ Studio-X NYC

[EVENT] [TOUR][STUDIO-X NEW YORK] “Please join us at 5:30pm on Monday, July 16, for a walking tour of the internet — or, at least, those parts of its infrastructure that reside in Lower Manhattan — led by Andrew Blum, author of the new book, Tubes: A Journey to the Center of the Internet. Although the internet travels in pulses of light and its content increasingly exists in the cloud, Blum has traced its very real physical footprint, and will help us track it down, underneath New York City’s manhole covers and inside its basements and office buildings. Afterwards, we will return to Studio-X NYC for a Live Interview with Blum.¶ The walking tour is limited to 30 participants: RSVP to studioxnyc@columbia.edu</ a> to secure your spot.¶ This event is co-presented by Studio-X NYC and its pop-up project, Venue, a partnership with the Nevada Museum of Art’s Center for Art + Environment, which is traveling around North American through September 30, 2013.” ¶ Monday July 16, 2012¶Studio-X NYC

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AAD Exit Talk [EVENT] [LECTURE][GSAPP LECTURE SERIES] Enrique Walker, Luis Ramos Castro, Corbin Keech, Marcos Zotes-Lopez ¶ Friday October 21, 2011

Aaron Levy [PERSON] Q Debate: Into the Open: Positioning Practice Q Interpretations: Critical Shifts

Abby Hamlin [PERSON] Q Discussion: Different by Design Q CURE. & Crains New York: Seizing the Moment Real Estate Conference Q Denver Alumni Networking Reception

Abdou Maliq Simone [PERSON] Q The Art of Citizenship in African Cities, Community/Membership/Belonging 1: Collective Action across Space and Scale

Abdoulaye Niang [PERSON] Q The Art of Citizenship in African Cities, The Arts of Representation II: Representing Dakar

Abe Burmeister [PERSON] Q LI@SX: Abe Burmeister, Outlier Tailored Performance Clothing

Abhay Sardesai [PERSON] Q MULTIPOLIS MUMBAI: Literature and our City 160

Absenting Oneself: Non-Composition in the Twentieth Century Art [EVENT] [LECTURE][GSAPP LECTURE SERIES Yve-Alain Bois ¶ Wednesday February 28, 2007

Academy of Architecture [LOCATION] Q Into the Streets 758

Access: Transportation and Regional Economies [EVENT] [CORE SERIES][CORE SERIES NEW YORK] “David King, Columbia University GSAPP¶ Juliette Michaelson, Director, Strategic Initiatives, Regional Planning Association¶ Ernest Tollerson, Director, Environmental Sustainability and Compliance, MTA¶ Robert Paaswell, Director Emeritus, University Transportation Research Center, CCNY¶ Christian Wolmar, The Great Railway Revolution¶ What are the challenges facing transportation investment today? Historically, investment in new technologies has supported increased speed, mobility, lower costs for industries and individuals, and the growth of cities such as Chicago and New York. In this panel, leading transportation experts consider the Buffalo-New York City rail corridor to discuss the high costs of investment, the complex networks of aging transport systems, environmental concerns about the future of

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Event Log 2004—2014 is a catalog of all the events at GSAPP during the deanship of Mark Wigley. The events and keywords, people, places are organized in alphabetical order as one self-referential list. The design uses a form of a dictionary, extracting the grid structure, the typeface system, and physical quality as an object. The descriptions of the events were collected from the web database without any correction. Designer, GSAPP, 2014


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GZFM

GZFM is an exhibition of Gazzazapzi, an independent magazine for visual culture in Korea. For the exhibition, contents of the magazine were reproduced as a series of radio shows and were broadcasted via pirate transmission. Used furnitures are brought into a gallery space that was once a used furniture store. Cocurator. Space Hamilton, Seoul, 2010


Beautiful Books in Korea

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Beautilful Books in Korea is an award initiated by six young book designers and independent publishers with intention to bring discussions on good book design from designers' perspecitve rather than market forces. Posters, website, and exhibition design deploy the basic dimension of selected books. Co-curator and designer. Seokyo Art Center, Seoul, 2011


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Space Hamilton and Podo

Space Hamilton is an art space in Seoul ran from 2010 to 2011. Podo is an contemporary art journal that featured lectures, interviews, round tables, and essays. As a founding member and managing editor, I was responsible for curatorial and editorial direction, curating events and programs with emerging artists, designers, and other cultural institutions. Managing Editor, Seoul, 2010â&#x20AC;&#x201C;2011


Space Bahk

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Space Bahk is a small performance space located in a traditional Korean house in Seoul. The naming and visual identity came from the shape of Korean gourd that grows on top of the traditional roof. Designer, Seoul, 2010


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mni forum entitled Fixer, I designed a form of a metal name plate. The pplied to a poster and invitation ed on the previous design by MTWTF ency.

March 28, 2014 6:30pm Three Sixty째 2 Desbrosses Street New York, NY 10013

Alumni Forum of Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation in 2014 was titled Fixer as it featured presentations by a diverse group of fixers, individuals who have responded to seemingly impossible situations in ways that have changed the way we think and live. I designed a moving logo in a form of a name plate and its applications as poster, brochure, and email. GSAPP, New York, 2014

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Swishing Night Seoul

Swishing Night Seoul is an event organized by a fashion brand, Reblank in Seoul, Korea. Simple moving dingbats were deployed to communicate the idea of swapping items that was still unfamiliar to Korean audience. Designer, Reblank, 2010

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Code Hub/ Leap Frog CODE HUB

Tutorial, Meta-Tool, Fabrication, Kangaroo, Python, Representation, Event, Automation, Photoshop, Macros, Geometry, Scripting, Laser Cutter, Massing, Meshing, CNC

F.A. Exchanger Treeplanter PYTHON, DRAWING, MODEL

PYTHON, DRAWING, MODEL

Boolean Displacement GSAPP, SCRIPT, ROBOT

Added metric to F.A. Exchange to show analysis of ceiling height relative to position on floor. For use in determining spatial quality, mechanical needs, locating building infrastructure, etc

A simple treeplanting automation tool. Parameters include 10 kinds of trees, distance, alignment, and offset.

Added metric to F.A. Exchange to show analysis of ceiling height relative to position on floor. For use in determining spatial quality, mechanical needs, locating building infrastructure, etc

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PYTHON, DRAWING, MODEL

CODE HUB

Column Absurdizer v.2.1 Released. MarrcellGSAPP

Gravity, Java, Kangaroo, Schematic

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Driller merged to F.A. Exchanger. Kyongdol

Form-finding, Massing, FAR, GIS

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The bluefoam package allows for rapidly testing massing options in an informed environment based on economic and environmental analysis. The bluefoam package allows for rapidly testing massing options in an informed environment based on economic and environmental analysis. github F.A. Exchanger v.1.4 github history Driller v.1.2 F.A. Exchanger v.1.3

F.A. Exchanger added NY and NJ Zoning Import Function. v.1.3

Code Hub/ Leap Frog is a proposal by a groupd of students and faculties for a platform where students and faculties can share Grasshopper definitions. (Grasshopper is a 3d modeling plugin enables algorithmic modeling.) Based on the existing code-sharing platform, GitHub, the website is designed to provide simpler and easier navigation. It has two main navigation systems, one by definition and the other by update. Designer, GSAPP, New York, 2015


KAIA: Archive of Interdisciplinary Arts

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Cultural Institute SAII has one of the largest ongoing archive of interdisciplinary art projects in Korea. Its website was designed to provide three navigating system for its archive, by text, image, and random. The size of the images gradually change when hovered, creating unexpected interaction. Designer and developer, Cultural Institute SAII, Seoul, 2010


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