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Bowyi SONG

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Bowyi Song, who is active in Paris and South Korea, was born in Seoul, South Korea. 

 She has been interested in art since she was a child, has been interested in Oriental painting since middle school, and has started working on Oriental painting since she was a high school student. 

 As there's a lot of art work she want to do, she held her first solo exhibition in Seoul, South Korea, under the title "ExH!bit10n," which consists of paintings about herself.

 After that, she wanted to work with color, so she envisioned her work on the theme of "change", but she wanted to know what others thought and perspective they would work on this theme. 

Not only that, but she also wanted to share her thoughts on painting with others, so she held a team competition in Seoul in 2021 with two high school alumni under the title "The Beauty of Flow: for all of us."



I am very inspired by people when I envision my work.

When I tried to start my work completely without being influenced or interventioned, I thought it was too dangerous to establish a painting style while I was trying to figure out what to do. 

There are so many days to live (I don't know when I'm going to die, of course), but I thought it was too depressing as someone who was already doing creative things to establish and paint styles. 

My first personal work was the idea of what it would be like to express myself now. 

So as I explored and under-learned about my self, I would record all the things I felt, what I thought, and what I felt, and express them in images. 

Of course, I cannot confirm that these pictures are my selves. 

Rather than expressing my self, I think I've been in the process of finding one.

I would like to share with you what I have experienced, felt, and found in the process.

I wonder if you've ever felt or thought about something like this, what my process is like, whether it seems to fit your standards, and what your thoughts are like.

I want you to be able to empathize and feel my inquiry process in ink.

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