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Photo Review : Media Art, Bae Bein-U's "Pine Tree" and Choi Chul-joo's "Bamboo Forest," 




Media Art, Bae Bein-U's "Pine Tree"  

▲ [newsbusanart] Bae Bein-U`s Media-art ˝pine tree˝, Still image(03m00sec)


▲ [newsbusanart] Bae Bein-U`s Media-art ˝pine tree˝, Still image(03m40sec), Collection of Minoo Media Art Museum,



Bae Bein-U's pine tree embodies the aesthetic angle of the pine tree, which is based on the pine forest that coexists with nature.

If the camera's manual mode is exposed around the pine tree fort, the lighting of nearby pine trees is subject to different reality.

And the shade of each pine tree is determined by the number of aperture to match the speed of the manipulated shutter.

He reveals the position of the pine forest as another being of the pine tree by combining the pine forest with the images of the pine trees from the perspective of the other. Here he tries to find a photographic meaning with time and space.

Therefore, he makes pine tree movements by changing the location of the filming, and he controls the shade of light by serializing the movement of the fingers that are pressed and removed by the shutter. Then fix the camera to the aperture that fits the background and then slow down the camera's shutter speed.

The shutter looking at the pine tree looks at the pine tree drawn in the pine forest, but the pine tree is a photo image that catches the shutter's eye.

He determines the light that matches the timeliness so that what is visible on the shutter and what is invisible can match the perspective of the batter in that spatiality.

He makes use of the three-dimensional and the depth of the background of the backlit pine tree and reads the light reflected on the object as the side light between the pine trees. This is a method of stopping the scattered movement of light passing through pine trees without using pine trees as an object, based on the non-fixed expression of light.

In this way, his style of photography allowed him to see the other side's gaze and stare at objects beyond the reversible temporal view of the invisible eye.

This is a visual photographic device that allows him to stare at the pine tree so that he can see the photo as an other's desire in a pine forest that cannot be seen with the non-fixed nature of light.

The non-fixedness of light was a difficult challenge to express the object, from the Renaissance period's Leonardo da Vinci to impressionist painters. Da Vinci used a spumato technique in which the outline of the subject was blurred by putting hazy air into the circumference of the subject, Romantic artists painted the light of a circular object as a strong color, Impressionist painters painted the light of subjects with subjective intuition beyond objective light reproduction.

This expression is the method of blurring the outline of the subject by slowing the shutter speed, the method of making a pictorial photograph that exposes the negative to the watercolor paint of rubber, and the method of filming the removed painting principle by diluting the raw material with water when the rubber becomes hard. However, pictorialist photographs fail to capture the reality of the subject and are out of focus. 



▲ [newsbusanart] Media Art, ˝Morning Glory˝ by Chul-joo Choi . Photograph of Minoo Media Art Museum



Media Art's embodies timeliness by shading in the process of painting, but this is also only the effect of subjective intuition. Photograph displaying the stop time as a panel also stop at objectivity without subjective conscious movement, and fail to express the light of thought.


Accordingly, the Minoo Media Art Museum will move away from the photo-based media art and introduce a new media art based on the image of the photo.

The original images of media art owned by the Minoo Media Art Museum are paintings and photographs.

While pictures are image effects in combination with disassembly, photographic images are images that show the continuity of each photograph. The representative elements of continuity in photography are images and light. Images are the order in which motion is connected, but lights are the lights of different images.

As a media art, Bae Bein-U's pine tree produced early morning and dark afternoon pine trees with 60 photographs in line with the similarity of illumination in the filming method. This provides spatiality and timeliness away from the fixed media format, like documentary images, as the pine forest is objectified.



Choi Chul-joo's Media-art;"Bamboo Forest"

▲ [newsbusanart] Chul-joo Choi, Media-art; Bamboo Forest, Still-image(Bamboo Forest-108)


▲ [newsbusanart] Chul-joo Choi, Media-art; Bamboo Forest, Still-image(Bamboo Forest-182)



Photographs that show the spatiality and timeliness of a photograph with the continuity of light are more like pictorial photographs. These pictorial photographs are being transformed into the pursuit of the beauty of composition and the fanciful beauty of painting, not the imitation of pictoriality.


Accordingly, Chul-joo Choi, a Doctor of Design and Photographic Critics at the Minoo Media Art Museum,  created a "bamboo forest" that embodies composition as media art based on light and painting, which are basic characteristics of photography.

This is a parody of existing bamboo photographs, and is an inevitable composition conscious of the exact composition and light space calculated like photo of Edgar Degas.

 

As a realistic chance encounter, the images of rain and wind are depicted in a bamboo forest tailored to aesthetic timeliness and a photographic image that takes place at that time.

Unlike the limited picture frame of bamboo, that is a media art called "Bambu Forest," which is an illustration of 249 bamboo forests with a stylistic image  of photo.


In media art, the meaning and effect of an image is the subject of that space where the temporality is different because it is time that the image does not affect the space within the surface area.

The meaning and effect of the image that will affect the space is the subject of the space in its timeliness.


Therefore, the "bamboo forest" is a distorted image copied from the photo image. As a result, the aesthetic value of the bamboo forest is the media art, ," which reveals the connection between the unformed form and the subject of timeliness hidden in the image as a non-existent painting.

The timeliness of creates a virtual space for media users and the visual continuity of the media art , which is a photograph of a virtual image drawn by a series of interventions of another timeliness.

This imprints an illustration of the light and darkness of overlaid bamboo in an invisible bamboo forest and objectifies the actuality of the bamboo painting process away from the photo. Here, the impression represents the relationship between the subject of the image and the symbolic expression of the photograph, and as the subject, the structuralist shape of the bamboo becomes irrevocably stationary symbolic photograph.

 

The photograph is a suspended symbolic impression of bamboo as a photographic structure. Here, the impression represents the relationship between the subject of the object and the symbolic expression of the photograph, and as the subject, the structuralist sound of the bamboo becomes irrevocably stationary symbolic photograph.

In Kim Dae-soo's "Voice of Bamboo" photo review, Chul-joo Choi said the bamboo sound structure "is to energize the vertical line and cross the horizontal boundary of the picture frame at an appropriate angle." It explained that it is a structure that transforms sound into an image through a photographic process with visual recognition and auditory awareness.

However, the painting of bamboo distorts the meaning of the bamboo photograph, which is identified differently from what it looks like. This is just an image in which pictures and pictures do not match their real existence.

Therefore, take a photo of the illustration in the same shape as the painting and identify it as the photo.

 

The meaning of  photo , a picture-shaped illustration taken by artist Chul-joo Choi, is metaphorical like the structure of language, so it is not like bamboo. It is a non-existent painting that overlaps rain and wind with other forms or images due to temporary reality.


And he then embellishes a virtual image in which the subject of the "Bamboo Forest" is painted as a lack of the position in which bamboo was created, replacing a bamboo with another media-art, and embellishes the inner image of the bamboo forest. 


Writing. Choi Chul-joo, head of the Academic and Arts Research Office at the Minoo Media Art Museum (photo critic)

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