ROLYPOLYGON

 

Produced with Andrew John Wit at the Tyler School of Art, a large polygonal object is given no predetermined orientation. As it rests on different faces, different occupations are available. 

The forms of the object are in deference to the methodology of the build. As long spools of resin-coated carbon fibre is wound about a frame, the pull of the thread draws in the frame to produce concavity. The patterns generated from the continuous winding work to deceive the eyes with pattern conflict and unclear legibility. 

Exhibited at Tyler School of Art.

Project Credits: Junghyo Lee, Yue chen, Aidan Kim, Dan Lau, Lyly Huyen, James Leng

Steel frame welded, carbon fibre kiln-baked at Tyler School of Art

Photography by Andrew John Wit