Set KEYFRAME is an exhibit that engages geometric intricacy as a residual capture of an animated operation. It has been discussed that it is an exhibit time when we can arrange the extensive version ofthe exhibition “intricacy”, organized by the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania,which Greg Lynn was a guest curator. We expand the definition of “The Intricacy of Movement” but it has nothing to do with the robot which he put the dialogue that it is the one of the regime of machinesthat began to express a new kind of mechanical complexity in 16th century and continues to do so today. Here, because of the cooperation of complex finer relations yields overall architectural effects that are greater than sum of its parts and has the global effect, it is an exhibit that is interested in an intricacy not so much in the multitude of individual elements or detail as Greg Lynn pointed out the intricacy intention is to move away from the understanding of architectural detail as an isolated fetishized instance. In an intricate network, there are no details per se. Detail is everywhere, ubiquitously distributed and continuously variegated in collaboration with formal and spatial effect.
Intricacy in this exhibit is more in interconnectivity between discreet families of elements as well as between those parts to the whole of the aggregation. Thus, this interconnectivity appears in the exhibit as a sequence of each work from artists and architects through the level, type and form of intricacy moving forward by key frames.
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Thank Kiem Ho, Byungmo Kung and Sara Gaskari for the collaboration.
Exhibition elevation, plan and poster below.