Sukyung Chung

Inspired From of Andrea Mantegna - Yellow

Stroll Curation:

The title of the exhibition, "Anonymous Time," implies the individual experiences and memories that three artists reflect in their works through their unique perspectives and approaches. Each artwork stands as a testament to the artists' creativity, bearing witness to the distinct dimension of time and space from which they originate. They serve as records that embrace the past and present, encompassing the ordinary and extraordinary aspects of life. These artworks act as dynamic mediums, establishing a profound connection between the artists and the world they inhabit.

Through the process of creation, perception, and interaction, the artworks come to life, infused with a vibrant vitality that resonates throughout their forms. Existing as independent organic entities, they breathe and exhale fragments of their preserved memories, intertwining with the emerging dimensions of time and space where the boundaries of past and present converge. This exhibition invites visitors to embark on a transformative journey, experiencing familiar time and space in a renewed light, while attentively embracing the unique sensations conveyed by the artists.


Artist Story:

Sukyung Chung is a Korean glass artist who focuses on exploring the artistic expressions inherent in the properties of glass. She studied glass design at Moscow State Stroganov Academy of Industrial and Applied Arts and completed her master's and doctoral degrees at the Royal College of Art (RCA) in the United Kingdom and the Department of Industrial Design at Kyung Hee University, respectively. She has held solo exhibitions at prestigious venues such as Marchh Gallery Hannam and Monoha Hannam, and has participated in numerous group exhibitions and fairs in Korea, the UK, Germany, and the Czech Republic. Her works predominantly employ the casting technique, where colored glass blocks are fused together using heat, resulting in a diverse range of pieces inspired by the abstract nature of architecture and geometrical structures.




Size: 14 X 10 cm
Material: Glass
Year of completion: 2023

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