The Aesthetic of Fears
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.