Most of the time, photographs used as display desktops are images that seem like unrealistic, high resolution, appear to be fully controlled. Advances in 3D graphical image reproduction technology sometimes make it possible to recognize perfect photographs of real life as well-rendered virtual images. As photography and computer graphics technology can extract results with higher resolution than human vision, the viewers are experiencing the mixture of cognition as they see the image. This confusion deepens when spectators can directly deal with computer graphics technology. Viewers who are familiar with image compositing or 3D rendering can speculate and think specifically about the editing process in which controlled images are derived.
Taking images of Alaska landscapes, <Alaska Wallpaper> is a work created by visually tearing down and presenting the perception of the image generation process that intervenes in the process of recognizing wallpaper images.
Subin Choi studied painting in undergraduate and visual design in graduate school. Choi is a freelance designer who does graphic design and 3D production. She is focusing on the hybrid use of 3D graphic images and the painterly layout, creating images and collaborating with artists in various fields.
≪Asia as Fiction≫(Creative Center Osaka, 2019),
≪Peony and Crab: Shim Woo Yoon Solo Show(ORGD 2019)≫(ONE and J Gallery, 2019)
≪Typojanchi International Typography Biennale≫(Culture Station Seoul 284, 2019)
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