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Bae Sehwa

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Defying conventional ideas of structure and shape, Bae Sehwa's works begin as a digital rendering of a geometric form. He manipulates the rendering, emphasizing curve and volume, until a rhythmic sculptural form emerges. Once he has the form established, he moves away from the digital realm back to working by hand and crafts the shape of the piece from steam bent wood -- strips of hardwood that are steamed for three to four hours until they are pliable enough to be bent into a mold where they set within seconds. Bae Sehwa's work is derived from the Korean concept of baesanimsu, meaning the back of the mountain and front of the water and he draws heavily from the profound connection to nature in traditional Korean theories of divination. The steam bent wooden frame of this lounge offers a narrative that includes both the tranquil, meditative qualities of flowing water and the strong, comforting silhouette of a mountain. Bae Sehwa's elegant and minimal work represents a vital continuity between digital possibilities and the harmony with natural materials that handmade work offers.
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Bae Sehwa's Wooden Furniture

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Bae Sehwa’s seating solutions recall the rib-like structure that we see in the hull of a ship, although these extraordinary pieces efficiently sail towards comfort, without any padding or cushions. They demonstrate the flexibility and beauty of wood despite its solidity, and show that this material can be shaped to harmoniously embrace the natural curves of the human body. The Korean designer uses thin strips of wood, which are meticulously layered and weaved into organic shapes that blend in with the natural surroundings.The young award-winning designer Bae Sehwa also participated in the 2009 Korea International Art Fair (KIAF), where his elegant bench collection was shown both as art pieces and as a seating solution for visitors to the fair.The same poetic blend of shape and material can be seen in his lamps. Like oval-shaped spiral cages, at first they look as though they would imprison the light, instead the way the light races and spreads through every tiny opening in the lamp projecting the most incredible geometric pattern, is true genius. 
Bae Se-hwa's bentwood pieces aren't the only thing; the Korea-based artist also has another entire body of non-bentwood work.
His Lighting Table series, made of wood and acrylic, will blow you away; the furniture appears to be solid wood, until you flip the switch.
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