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Jihyung NAM

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EDUCATION
2020 M.F.A, Department of Scuplture, Sungshin Women’s University
2016 B.R.A, Department of Sculpture, Sungshin Women’s University
SOLO EXHIBITION
2021 Dancing petals –RAEMIAN GALLERY
2018 Accumulating –ART SPACE H
2018 Falling petals –ART SPACE H

Humans experience a process of constant circulation in life. In addition, rise and fall, generation and extinction are indispensable in order for circulation to exist, and accumulation is made in the process of circulation. To express this cycle in an allergy-like way, I would like to talk about it as a fall flower.
The focus was on falling through falling flowers, which were natural laws and not extinction. The flowers were in full bloom in the spring, but the petals piled up on the floor were not disappearing, but were trying to show that they were accumulating.
Thus, the petals that fall off were reinterpreted in a simple and organic form.
The petals that give you a sense of movement also look like dancing. Each human body is an accumulation of experience (time). The primary image is the form of petals, but the secondary meaning refers to the accumulation of inner experience and behavior.

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