Dorry Hsu

Aesthetic of Fears

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About: Dorry Hsu is now studying an MA in Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork & Jewellery from the Royal College of Art, London, United Kingdom. Dorry Hsu was trained as a conceptual photographer in her BA from Canada, Emily Carr Art &Design University. She brings her conceptual thinking of photography into the jewellery object. As a maker, Dorry creates the sign and symbol on the human body, and use photography to interpret her concept. Dorry Hsu’s new collection ‘the aesthetic of fears’, is‭ ‬the finalist of International Talent Support‭ ‬with the Swarovski‭, ‬and Swatch Projects,‭ ‬2013‭.‬‭ ‬In this collection‭,‬‭ ‬Dorry‭ ‬well‭ ‬uses‭ ‬the‭ ‬quality of‭ ‬3D‭ ‬print‭ ‬and‭ ‬color dye the‭ ‬transplant‭ ‬material –‭ ‬SLA‭.‬‭ ‬The‭ ‬handmade‭ ‬color‭ ‬dye‭ ‬gives‭ ‬the‭ ‬new‭ ‬energy‭ ‬and dimension of the‭ ‬3D print objects.‭ ‬Dorry challenges‭ ‬the‭ ‬possibilities of‭ ‬complexity forms and colors in 3D‭ ‬print‭ ‬SLA‭. ‬She‭ ‬recreates‭ ‬the‭ ‬objects‭ ‬of reflecting‭ ‬self fears with the‭ ‬bugs of many legs. She said‭ ‬“‭ ‬my collection is about the aesthetic and the attraction of fears‭. ‬I am interesting about the concept of masks‭. ‬In many cultures‭, ‬people wear mask to scare evil away‭, ‬so the mask are decorated with the frightening images from‭ ‬the wearer’s fears.”‭ ‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬
Work: 3d print, color dye
Photographer: John Mcgrath
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source: formosashowcouk

Dorry Hsu’s new collection ‘the aesthetic of fears’, is the finalist of International Talent Support with the Swarovski, and Swatch Projects, 2013. In this collection, Dorry well uses the quality of 3D print and color dye the transplant material – SLA. The handmade color dye gives the new energy and dimension of the 3D print objects. Dorry challenges the possibilities of complexity forms and colors in 3D print SLA. She recreates the objects of reflecting self fears with the bugs of many legs. She said “ my collection is about the aesthetic and the attraction of fears. I am interesting about the concept of masks. In many cultures, people wear mask to scare evil away, so the mask are decorated with the frightening images from the wearer’s fears.” In this series of work, Dorry keeps the print out pixel as a material texture to represent the quality of 3D print. Furthermore, using the color dye latex to match the SLA material quality and improve the comfortable of wearing. The 3D print object can fit on the body curve comfortably.

Yun Chin Hsu (Dorry) is now studying an MA in Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork & Jewellery from the Royal College of Art, London, United Kingdom. Dorry Hsu was trained as a conceptual photographer in her BA from Canada, Emily Carr Art & Design University. She brings her conceptual thinking of photography into the jewellery object. As a maker, Dorry creates the sign and symbol on the human body, and uses photographic image to tell her stories. The human body becomes the canvas of her inspirations starting and displaying.
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source: dezeen

This collection of 3D-printed jewellery by Royal College of Art student Dorry Hsu was inspired by the designer’s own fear of insects.

Dorry Hsu 3D-printed The Aesthetic of Fears collection in clear resin using stereolithography (SLA) before attaching latex straps.

She then coloured each piece by dipping it into boiling dye, adding one hue at a time.

The forms of the jewellery are based on insects with lots of legs.

“My collection is about the aesthetic and the attraction of fears,” she explained. “In many cultures people wear masks to scare evil away, so the masks are decorated with frightening images from the wearer’s own fears.”

“I recorded and wrote down my fears in 40 days, and the bug with many legs was one of the fearful objects on my list,” she told Dezeen.

To create the 3D files to be printed, Hsu used a tool called a haptic arm that allowed her to draw the shapes as though sculpting in clay.

“It’s a way of drawing in 3D, like building up clay in a computer program,” she explained. “The haptic arm functions as a computer mouse and you can feel the tension of dragging clay.”

“It’s more like hand-drawing or hand-building clay and is really different to traditional computer drawing like Rhino,” she added.

Dorry Hsu is studying an MA in Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork & Jewellery at the Royal College of Art in London.

The Aesthetic of Fears by Dorry Hsu – haptic arm
Hsu using the haptic arm to draw her 3D models
She developed the project with the college’s RapidformRCA digital design, prototyping and manufacturing department.

She was one of ten finalists in the International Talent Support awards last month.

Other 3D-printed fashion on Dezeen includes jewellery made up of ball-and-socket joints, 3D-printed sunglasses by Ron Arad and sculptural pieces by Iris van Herpen.
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source: socatchynet
Once again, 3D printing has come to our attention. This time we’re focusing on pieces made by Dorry Hsu, a student of the Royal College of Arts in London.

Born in Taipei, the young artist was an International Talent Support 2013 finalist for her astonishing and eerie colletion “The aesthetic of Fears”. In it, Dorry Hsu, using jewelry made with 3D printing technology, recreates her greatest fear: many-legged insects.

In her own words: “My collection is about the aesthetic and the attraction of fears. In many cultures people wear masks to scare evil away, so the masks are decorated with frightening images from the wearer’s own fears”.
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The making of the pieces was done with the help of a Haptic Arm (a device that allows the user to touch, feel, manipulate, create and change simulated three-dimensional objects in a virtual environment) and SLA (Stereolithography, also know as optical fabrication or photo-solidification).

The material that Dorry Hsu chose to work with was latex, which, using SLA, she converts into computer files. In this way, she generates a three-dimensional solid copy, using 3D printing.

The child of an artist, she began to draw and to sculpt when she was only 5.
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source: culturacolectiva

Dorry Hsu, diseñadora londinense, partió del concepto de “entomofobia”, o miedo instintivo de las personas hacia los insectos, una de las fobias más extendidas de los humanos hacia los animales, para crear una colección de joyería impresa en 3D.

The Aesthetic of Fears es una colección de accesorios creada a partir del ejercicio de reunir los miedos más profundos del inconsciente y usarlos como eje principal de la línea para demostrar, de manera poética, el hecho de que las fobias pueden aproximarse al cuerpo y coexistir con el mismo sin despertar terror o causar algún daño.

“En muchas culturas las personas utilizan máscaras para alejar el mal, las usan decoradas con imágenes aterradoras de los propios temores del usuario”.

Mediante la herramienta “Haptic Arm”, que permite el moldeo de objetos en arcilla, la diseñadora imprimió cada una de sus piezas logrando asemejarse a un insecto constituido por detalles y minuciosas partes que intentan reflejar ese deseo de la diseñadora por expresar su sentir hacia las numerosas patas y elementos que vuelven a los insectos especies repulsivas.

El material de estas piezas está conformado, en su mayoría, por resina clara y tiras de látex que, mediante la tecnología de manufactura conocida como estereolitografía o proyección de figuras escaneadas, convierte en archivos de programa. Así genera una copia tridimensional en estado sólido, conocida como impresión 3D.

Dorry Hsu estudió una maestría en el Royal College of Art en Londres, en la especialidad de joyería, y a su corta trayectoria la diseñadora ya se colocó dentro de las diez finalistas de International Talent Support Awards, entre otros concursos de diseño.
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source: thestreamagazine

Dorry Hsu è un’artista che vive e studia a Londra. Una delle sue collezioni di gioielli, The Aesthetic of Fears, è stata finalista all’International Talent Support sponsorizzato dalla Swarovski e dalla Swatch. Dorry ha usato con abilità la stampa 3D e la stereolitografia (SLA) per creare “i gioielli dei suoi incubi”: la collezione è stata ispirata dalla sua paura degli insetti. Inoltre, l’artista menziona che in molte culture indossare maschere o oggetti per allontanare il male è una pratica fondata sulla paura di chi li indossa.
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source: dddyin

RCA台湾学生許雲清(Dorry Hsu)的首饰系列“the aesthetic of fears”,提取多足昆虫形态:用以抗拒恐惧的面具往往是使用者所恐惧的事物。最酷的一点是运用Haptic arm3D建模和3D打印的其中一种光固化树脂成型工艺(stereolithography)
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source: dasmodellpostrhu

Pár hónapja keserűen vettük tudomásul, hogy a világ legizgalmasabb nyomtatott ékszereihez közhelyes magyarázatokat gyártanak. A cukorkaszínű paraziták a viselő hangulatváltozásait mutatják – ez a legjobb, amit akkor Dorry Hsu ki tudott találni az egyébként meghatóan szép, 3D printelt viaszékszerek formai tobzódásához. A robotikus karral modellezett ékszerek most új szintre léptek: a tervező végre kimondja, hogy a cizellált viaszbabákat saját rovarfóbiája vezérli.

Az új ékszerkollekciót gyönyörű, szivárványos facehuggerek sora alkotja, mellébeszélésnek már nyoma sincs. A műanyag pánttal arcra illeszhető rémeket Dorry Hsu szelleműző maszkok mintájára hozta létre, de a sorozatban vannak mellvédek és egészen szolíd gyűrűk is.