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Shi Kai Tseng

MA work

Platform 15


The PhotoGraphy project is the creation of a process in which the environment, time and light react to each other and generate images on 3D objects. The objects are coated with a ‘light-sensitive’ layer, put in a black box with strategically placed holes, and exposed for five to 50 minutes, depending on the brightness of the environment. It is a new way to capture a moment in time; no matter whether the image on the object is focused or losing focus, the object will carry the trace of its first moments of experience, its first exposure.


Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Design

    Programme

    MA Design Products, 2011

  • Platform 15


    The PhotoGraphy project is the creation of a process in which the environment, time and light react to each other and generate images on 3D objects. The objects are coated with a ‘light-sensitive’ layer, put in a black box with strategically placed holes, and exposed for five to 50 minutes, depending on the brightness of the environment. It is a new way to capture a moment in time; no matter whether the image on the object is focused or losing focus, the object will carry the trace of its first moments of experience, its first exposure.


  • Degrees

  • MA, Design, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taipei, 2008; BA (Hons), Product Design, Ming-Chaun University, Taipei, Taiwan, 2006
  • Experience

  • Product Designer, WEIO Studio, Taipei, Taiwan, 2007-8
  • Exhibitions

  • RCA Intent, Ventura Lambrate, Milan, Italy, 2011; Give Away (Friday Late), Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 2010; Designer's Days, Galerie de la Manufacture de Sèvres, Paris, France, 2009; Appartamento, Lago Temporary Shop, Zona Totorna, Milan, Italy, 2009
  • Awards

  • Winner, Reddot Concept Award, 2009; Winner, iF Concept Award, 2008; Honorable mention, BraunPrize International Design Award, 2007