I don't have a picture of the magazine rolls but we worked on that, I finished the pyramids, did the installation day/ art show. It took me a few days to figure out how to make the pyramids wear like a hat. Next I'm gonna make my surrealism project, but I dunno what it is yet.
So, I made more triangles! I painted them gold and black and hot glued them together. Next, I'm gonna fix the inside to make it a hat and then it'll be wearable sculpture. After that, me and Nicole and James are gonna work on our magazine roll project.
I cut out the triangles and glued them together, I plan to paint them white and then gold and then make them hats.
This week I finished the pyramid and prisms, carving into them and inlaying them, and now they're getting fired. I plan to put clear glaze on them when i get back from spring break, and then Im gonna start my magazine roll project.
This week I'm working on the pouring vessel project, I made a pyramid for the pouring vessel and 3 triangle prisms. I realized the prisms are too big, so I cut them in half and forgot to take a picture. Next week I think do inlay on them but I'm not sure, and probably start my surrealist project, where I'm either gonna make planets like balloons or a person with a donut for a head.
Name: Myeongbeom Kim
Location: South Korea
History: He studied at University of Seoul where he got his BFA, and then at the University of Seoul where he got his MFA
Material: Stuff he finds, like lightbulbs, balloons, candles
What I like about him is that his work takes things and gives them new functions. I love the lightbulb with the fish because it looks so cool, and I'm not sure what the little gold specks are but I love them. I'm drawn in by how seamless they are, and I love how much it bends reality. It's inspiring because it's so clean, I really like his work
I couldn't find a ton of info on him.