Double Negative Exercise
Handbill for FAST Spring 2013 Fashion Show
WENDY AT PS1(GROUP PROJECT)
X-ray Axonometric Drawing 9*8 ft
Continuing the experiment of using human bodies as scales, the group of 11 students collectively measured the installation, named Wendy, using span of our arms, legs, and other body parts. Each student produced one section of the x-ray drawing according to agreements and guidelines developed by the group for maintaining consistency. And the combined drawing demonstrated details of Wendy including its frame, angle of the spikes, length of the fabrics, and location of fans, water pools, protective pads, etc.
The wind of calmness takes away the pain.
Drawing with Snote in Samsung Galaxy Note 2
Confluence Fall 2012
Confluence Fall 2012
Fall 2012 Confluence
Confluence(Fall 2012) After her flamboyant collection in the last season, Rae has been seeking for a softer and organic representation of her style. After a day in Frank Gehry’s Experience Music Project in Seattle, wondering in Gehry’s flowing irregular architecture, immersed in loud rock music and noise, Rae found EMP yet a place for recollection, reflection and meditation. Her collection embodies her experience at EMP, merging a current of various elements and consolidating into calmness.
Fashion and Student Trends 2012 Fashion Show “Quest”
Fashion and Student Trends Fall 2012
Lisa Bauer in design by Rae Zhuang. Spring 2012.
Plan, Section, & Perspective
24”*36” Graphite on Mylar
The site was at the corner of Lenox Avenue and 125th Street in Harlem, New York City. Assuming there existed 11 brownstone apartments, the group of students was to transform the buildings to art galleries, representing their experiences at Wendy MoMA PS1. While each individual structure was designed using Wendy’s fabrics, the 11 buildings shared common programs of a standard basketball court at the backyard, as well as a water pool that would allow visitors to swim though every building from apartment 1 to 11.
Wendy’s fabrics was cut and folded to integrate into the brown stone structure. However, the fabrics remained as one connected piece.
Inspired by the leaking raincoat, Leaky was an gallery, a book store, a coffee shop, a viewing platform of basketball game, as well space for meditation. Leaky was designed have multiple programs interweaving each other such that the one program would penetrate to the space of another, just as how water leaked through the raincoat. The use of space was flexibly determined by its user. Agreement was made with Leaky’s neighbor, Apartment 9 and Apartment 10, to take down the mutual party walls, so their programs could also leak into Leaky.