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Interview with Younghui Kim at fashioningtech.com

2010/03/31


Body Graffiti — A Kinetic Display Created Through Dance & Movement


Body Graffiti is a performance art wearable technology that uses the illusion of persistence of vision (POV) to create ephemeral graffiti via body movement. As dancers (in this particular performance— break dancers) perform head spins, windmills and flares, messages programmed into the custom designed LED POV system are displayed.

I caught up with Younghui Kim, a New York City-based artist, who developed the project at WCU Digital Media Public Art Research Center at Hongik U. Body Graffiti was a collaboration with Dan Mikesell, and the world champion B-boy crew, Last For One, 2010.

Enjoy the interview below!   Read the Interview article >>>

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