Acrylic Turns Thesis

 Second year  MFA Fine Arts  student Hera Hae Soo Kim has been frequenting the VFL to use the laser cutter and engraver, to cut acrylic pieces derived from her drawings, writings, and research into neurological processes.

Second year MFA Fine Arts student Hera Hae Soo Kim has been frequenting the VFL to use the laser cutter and engraver, to cut acrylic pieces derived from her drawings, writings, and research into neurological processes.

 The pieces will be assembled into larger sculptures that hang from a complex web of cord, wire, and chains, currently installed in her studio.

The pieces will be assembled into larger sculptures that hang from a complex web of cord, wire, and chains, currently installed in her studio.

 She hopes to eventually incorporate sound and 3D rendering into her final installation, to be the core of her thesis project! You can follow along on her instagram stream @studio.herakim!

She hopes to eventually incorporate sound and 3D rendering into her final installation, to be the core of her thesis project! You can follow along on her instagram stream @studio.herakim!

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