Meandering rows of flat paper seeds move by way of Ilhwa Kim’s landscapes, creating densely lined paths among the many summary expanses. The South Korean artist (previously) rolls tight wads of Hanji paper, which she’s dyed primarily in greens and blues with occasional pinks and yellows, and binds the person elements in an oblong type. Variances between the slim, tall seeds and the quick, wider items add texture and depth to the aerial-inspired works that seem to look down at a settlement or pastoral scene from above.
The sculptures proven listed here are a part of Kim’s forthcoming solo present at London’s HOFA Gallery titled Tacticle Fingers. Referring to the items as “residing structure,” the artist gravitates towards motion, conveying heaving breaths or the best way a breeze could make a area of grass appear as if it’s dancing. “I create artworks that mix sculpture and portray with a view to discover the richness, dynamism, and depth of sensory expertise on canvas,” she says. “These layered, entangled, and ever-evolving sensory experiences, occurring in a world outlined by nature’s infinite potentialities, are what I attempt to seize in my works.”
Tactile Fingers is on view from September 29 to October 11. You could find extra of Kim’s sculptures on Instagram.
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