Artwork description:

I use figures as an object; these representational objects are main focus in my paintings. For the figures without faces, I wanted to exclude my own identity and culture, I rather wanted to throw the question who is this figure or is this even a figure? The goal was to challenge the viewers to think with their own perspectives by looking at the female figures with princess outfits, degrading and unusual postures. These perspectives are an examination of the disparate parts of my life that merge to form me. I crave to understand the institutional or governmental powers that dominated my daily life and I want to know why many different people around me and I accepted it for so long. I as a painter, observer, and artist chose to paint the action of protesting and era. Through different textures of the garments, fabrics, and objects, the unorganized characteristics in rules are shown and different lighting and shadows show that how I and the public get the impact from the representational city. I use backgrounds that are mostly in personal spaces, for example, the bedroom fulls of different fabrics and interiors and I define different patterns on garments or fabrics as a different patterns of attachment.

Materials used:

Oil on linen mounted on panel

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  Grad Week 2020

Pulse Series 2/3


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This artwork is sold by Jusun Seo from United States

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