Jae Hwa Baek
BA (Hons) Automotive and Transport
Jae-Nder Fluid / Jae Hwa Baek
I have been thinking about how designers can be socially and politically involved through the process of design.
And I have conducted my design methodology thinking about the limitations and questions that I have felt while studying one of the traditional industrial designs.
In this work, I was partly inspired by British critical & speculative design, and also some of the post-contemporary designs which reflect current political issues.
As an example of my 'Multiple Gender Equality' series, this work throws out the gender-relative political issues to the public as well as mainstream designers.
While informing about multiple types of gender, it is also asking how (Automotive & Transport) designers can create value in the future where post-modernism has ended.
And ultimately, through this work, I want to prompt discourse on gender issues, and create a place to discuss them as a kind of alternative way of design.
Daein Art : participated in, London & Seoul based artist, Do Ho Suh's artworks, as an assistant artist
Collective Mercury : Art & Design collective with Konzwei