juuke schoorl

Rek

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source: juukenl

With ‘Rek’ (stretch in Dutch) I explore the aesthetic possibilities of the human skin through a mixture of image capturing techniques. By manipulating this curious stretchable material with various low budget materials like nylon fishing rope and cello tape I am able to temporarily shape it into surprising textures and shapes. Highlighting not only it’s flexibility and adaptability but also it’s function as our own biological upholstery that aside from it’s protective capabilities could also serve as a medium for aesthetic expression, possibly in the form of a dress less fashion.
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source: zupi

A mente misturada as manipulações da pele fotografadas pelo artista holandês Juuke Schoorl criam um efeito em dobro: são as texturas não naturais características inerentes do corpo do indivíduo e intervenções digitais dentro de um espaço informatizado, ou são moldes físicos aplicados à superfície do indivíduo.

Confira em seu projeto de graduação “REK” (que significa ‘stretch’ em holandês).
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source: designboom

the mind bending skin manipulations photographed by dutch artist juuke schoorl warrant a double take: are these unnatural textures inherent characteristics of the individual’s body, digital interventions within a computerized space, or are they physical molds applied to the surface of the subject? with her graduation project ‘REK’ (meaning ‘stretch’ in dutch) schoorl translated her fascination with the human body and its malleability into a series of images, exploring the aesthetic possibilities of our outer layer.

by physically altering this curious stretchable material with various low budget supplies like nylon fishing rope and tape, schoorl was able to temporarily reshape it into surprising textures, highlighting not only its inherent flexibility and adaptability but also its function as our own biological upholstery. ‘rather than only seeing the body as a complete entity‘, she describes, ‘I also see it as a collection of meticulously curated components, shapes, materials and textures, that can be challenged.’
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source: designboomcn

荷兰艺术家juuke schoorl 拍摄了一组皮肤的图片,照片里人们的皮肤都被某种方式操控着,这让人不禁想问:这些不自然的纹路是由于电脑空间的数字干预,人体表现出来的内在特征还是人体就像模具一样在适应物体表面呢?带着她的毕业项目“REK”(荷兰语里是“延伸”的意思),她把她对人体以及人体柔韧性的着迷用一系列图片表现出来,探索着我们的皮肤在美学上的可能。

通过使用廉价的可拉伸材料(像尼龙绳和胶带),schoorl能够把人的皮肤改变成不可思议的纹路,这不仅突出了皮肤的内在灵活性和适应性,也是皮肤作为生理外装饰功能的体现。“相比于把皮肤作为一个完整的整体”,她说,“我更把皮肤看作是由精心策划的部件、形状、材料和纹路的有机组合,这种组合是可以被挑战的。”