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SEUNG-YEON MOON. 문승연

Objects that enables us to exchange our hearts and seek comfort and rest during our lives. Artist Moon has been expanding the world of her work through the process of realizing such objects in her works. After graduation in France, she returned and settled down in a small-sized town, and now gives us the moments of happiness in her daily life by drawing the tea time between animals and a little girl. Each animal has its own characteristics, and it appears through the girl.

KWAN-YOUNG KIM. 김관영

In the same time and space as us, who live days by gaining memories, there also are people who lose their memories. Even the person who has lost most of what we call memory, unconsciously heads to somewhere, eye contacts with somebody, and touches something. Watching a dearest person losing memory, artist Kim Kwan Young dreamed of hope of bringing back those memories by giving the shape to pieces of unconsciousness.

DIREN LEE

All the works is painted on canvas with a slender brush, and it creates the hair and eyes of a living animal. Each process means we are all living creatures that can interat with emotions. We are all supposed to live together, and we are capable of holding each other’s wounds.

SEUNG-YOON CHOI. 최승윤

He explores the inner ‘duality’, and expresses in abstractions the paradoxical world of creating opposition for balance and vice versa. The world is balanced in harmony with opposite concepts such as men and women, sky and earth, day and night, and progress through constant self-denial. Choi paints such logic of the world on the canvas. He mainly uses the Blue color, and it features the fact that it symbolizes conflicting concepts such as ‘hope and depression’, ‘coldness and hotness’. Completed by stopping the dynamic brush touch, it also gives off an infinite amount of dynamism, making it feel like it is moving alive.  

JUUNG-JIN GAB. 정진갑

He explores the inner ‘duality’, and expresses in abstractions the paradoxical world of creating opposition for balance and vice versa. The world is balanced in harmony with opposite concepts such as men and women, sky and earth, day and night, and progress through constant self-denial. Choi paints such logic of the world on the canvas. He mainly uses the Blue color, and it features the fact that it symbolizes conflicting concepts such as ‘hope and depression’, ‘coldness and hotness’. Completed by stopping the dynamic brush touch, it also gives off an infinite amount of dynamism, making it feel like it is moving alive.