Photo Credits: Elizabeth Torgerson-Lamark

Photo Credits: Elizabeth Torgerson-Lamark

 
 
 
 

Horizon3

May. 2017
Size: 38''x28''x15''
Material: Paper, paper pulp, acrylic pigment, steel, glue,plastic, string
Photo Credits: Elizabeth Torgerson-Lamark

Horizon3 was designed to incorporate elements of transformation. It can transfer from white scene to black scene by controlling the rope to complete the transformation.

 
 
 
 
 

Horizon 1

Oct. 2015
Model: Yoonjee Kwak
Size: 31''×37.5''×7.5''
Material:Paper, paper pulp, copper, acrylic pigment
Photo Credits: Elizabeth Torgerson-Lamark

Between 2015 and 2016, Horizon1 and Horizon 2 were finished and first shown on Rochester Fashion week2015 and 2016. In 2017, Horizon3 was exposed on Exhibition in Motion of SNAG Conference in New Orleans (Society of North American Goldsmiths).

 
 
 
 
 

Horizon2

Oct. 2015
Model: Julia Manson
Size: 29''×38.5''×9.5''
Material:Steel, Plastic, Korean paper, Glue
Photo Credits: Elizabeth Torgerson-Lamark

 
 
 
Photo Credits: Elizabeth Torgerson-Lamark

Photo Credits: Elizabeth Torgerson-Lamark

 

From 2015-2017, Dongyi had focused on new series: Horizon. The Horizon series had focused on the communication between the person and earth with sky. The wearable pieces could express the impact of the horizon on people. Pieces are divided into two parts, the top part represents sky and the bottom part means ground. To wear the sculpture works, the human body are able to become part of the piece, allowing it to perform its function while being an expressive experience. For instance, Horizon2 has used the transparent material, which can see the movement and shape of the model’s body through the “horizon”. Horizon3 can complete the transformation by the models’ actions. When the model is walking, the artwork is able to change from white to black by controlling by model.