Ross School - Senior Projects 2012
Mentor: Jennifer Cross
Domain(s): Visual Arts
Faculty Grader: Mami Takeda
Documentation of Product
Description: Ancient Palaces and Textiles
For my senior project, I focused on creating textile designs, inspired by the ornamental paintings of traditional Korean buildings, especially palaces and temples. Using collage, monotype, silk-screening, dyeing techniques and sewn appliques, I developed a color palette based on traditional Korean color combination and created my own designs. I combined this traditional Korean aesthetic to a modern global sensibility to show my interpretation of ancient Korean cultures.
- Ji EunŐs Designs
- Final Product
Exhibition & Presentation Summary
For my senior project, I created series of textile designs inspired by traditional Korean palaces and temples. Through silk-screen printing, I printed my designs on fabrics. I displayed three of them on the wall and one on a body form at the exhibition.
Bibliography or Works Consulted
Quinn, Bradley. Textile Designers at the Cutting Edge. London: Laurence King, 2009. Print.
곽, 동해. 한국의 단청. Seoul: Hakyeonmunhua-sa, 1988. Print.