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EunSook Lee experiments with her materials, scale and the use of space, using light as a sculptural element. Her work consists of florescent threads which have been pressed between translucent polyester film and woven in to sculptural shaps. These shapes are viewed under black light, so the gallery will be darkened and transformed. The viewer will move through three separate experiences shaped by the artist’s depiction of particular spiritual understandings. Her installations are based in themes of life and afterlife, and the inner self. The artist will also utilize the window space to present again a different expression of her themes.
EunSook Lee began her study in fibre arts after receiving her Master of Fine Arts in Seoul, Korea.
Catalogue published by Presse-und Kulturabteiling Botschaft der Republik Korea, Berlin. Text in English and Korean.
Authors: Kyung-Hwa Jang
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