This 24”x24” panel was commissioned for the Drawing Codes exhibition.
Kashin is the name of the supernatural that guard Korean homes (家神).
The axonometric projection - invented in Asia as seen in Moghul miniature paintings and Chinese landscape scrolls - is a useful medium in which to dissect the strange formal outcome of a closed figure with a half-pipe base, a cubic body, from which a spiky crown brings down light. Behind the drawing convention of the axon is a deeper world accessible by holograph.
Design Team: Adam Schroth, Mostafa Akbari
Hologram Consultant: Lumii
Photography: Sarah Wagner