Work size : 19.6 x 19.6 Inch
Material : Mixed media
Year : 2020
Description of work , Artist Note
Nature that the viewers see is not just a still image like a photograph or painting. Similarly, emotions changes and flow as time passes. For example, when the sun is falling down, it radiates red and yellow lights, and blends with the blue sky. With time, it will all disappear eventually. Thus, I observe not only the shape but also ‘temporality’ of the objects and landscapes. Through my works, I dissolve and reorganize this phenomenon. Since there is no clear form, my works naturally took the form of abstraction. This is where “the boundary of the forms” comes in. It is expressed as an intermediate process from formal figurative painting to abstract painting.
A landscape with colored abstraction is the ambiguous state which becomes the image I want to express.
Artist : Jinseok lee
2012 Slumbers, Soohoh Gallery, Korea
2013 Slumbers , Aire de jeu, Seoul, Korea
2016 Bookshelf, Gallery PIU, Jeon-ju, Korea
2018 Border, Gallery Innertron, Incheon, Korea
2019 Light Abstract, Finland Project, Seoul, Korea
2020 Taste Art, Sounds Hannam_일호식, Seoul, Korea
2020 ASYAAF 2020_Artisty-Rising Artists, Hongik University Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea
2020 Shape of Color II_Shape of Color II-Color Empathy, Listening Cafe, Goyang, Korea
2020 Shape of Color, Listening Dabang, Goyang, Korea
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