Burnt-copper dust that's flaked off the objects during the oxidation process. While it's already traveled successfully around the world, as a whole, Lee considers this series initial research for his upcoming "Very Korea" project. “I plan to make more functional objects with regional materials that are produced in Korea or found in nature here, addressing the value of handicraft in our daily lives,” he says. “But I also plan to look deeper into myself in the process. Experimenting with these materials will allow me to trace back memories of my grandfather and my history.”
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Burnt-copper dust that's flaked off the objects during the oxidation process. While it's already traveled successfully around the world, as a whole, Lee considers this series initial research for his upcoming "Very Korea" project. “I plan to make more functional objects with regional materials that are produced in Korea or found in nature here, addressing the value of handicraft in our daily lives,” he says. “But I also plan to look deeper into myself in the process. Experimenting with these materials will allow me to trace back memories of my grandfather and my history.”