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. ‬