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Hyunchung Kim

MA work

Kairos –Wind Sculpture investigates the tele-presence of nature through data representation. Viewers can watch the speed of the wind far from the current location, based on how you set up the location of the wind data feed. The length and frequency of gazing at this object started to build peripheral pattern recognition for the users. The geometric modules turn fast or slowly, according to the real-time wind speed data feed from a selected city.

Skin explores non-screen based methods for the notification of outdoor air pollutant levels. It monitors in real time the levels of outdoor air pollutant particulate matter and notifies the user of a warning level by its surface movement. Without searching and interpreting the map on the Internet, adults and children can immediately be made aware of the current air quality status by reading the surface display.


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  • profile
  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Communication

    Programme

    MA Information Experience Design, 2014

  • My study focusses on data representation for different human perceptions beyond computer screen-based interaction. My work at the RCA has included information design with data visualisation, physical computing-based artworks and new product user experience design for online services and automotive companies.  

  • Degrees

  • BFA Graphic Design, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, USA, 1999; BFA Fine Art, Ewha Womans University, Seoul , Korea, 1996
  • Experience

  • Senior UX designer, Samsung Electronics, Seoul, Korea, 2003-10; Art director, Modem Media-Digitas Network, Norwalk, CT, USA, 1999-2002
  • Exhibitions

  • Design & Art Fair), Hangaram Design Museum, Seoul Art Center, 2011
  • Awards

  • iF Communication Design Award Winner, 2006
  • Publications

  • GRAPHIS International, IBM AS400 CD-Rom published in the Consumer Electronics category of 'Graphis Interactive Design Annual 2', March 2002