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DREAMING DESIRE_ Jong Sook Kang_edited
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE_ Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang
DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang

DREAMING DESIRE: Jong Sook Kang

Paris Koh Fine Arts (201 Bridge Plaza North, Suite 1, Fort Lee, NJ) is pleased to present a solo exhibition “Dreaming Desire: Jong Sook Kang”. This show will run from Nov. 2 – Dec. 8, 2023 with an opening reception on Wednesday, Nov. 8, from 6-8 pm.

 

 

Jongsook Kang’s two-part series Emptiness and Dreaming Desire, presented together at this solo exhibition, manifest the artist’s innermost spiritual and mundane experience undoubtedly revealing the secret nucleus of her ceramic sculpture in the last twenty years; namely New York/Seoul cities and Eastern Philosophy.

 

Kang imports a reflective quality that conveys silent introspection by interweaving a nexus of gold, silver, black and copper wires throughout her pieces that faintly recall the Korean philosophy of emptiness as fulness called bium.  Kang’s delicate layers of clay, which vaguely recall Seoul’s or New York’s towering skylines casually observed from across the banks of Hudson or Han Rivers.By so doing, she ritually metamorphosizes her objects into memory vestiges of human social networks or relationships in her beloved cities New York or Seoul.

 

Through her sculptures Kang also comments upon the eternal continuation of incessant change in a hectic world of constant becoming. As she laconically wrote in her artist’s statement: “in other words, my sculptures embrace the possibility of countless changes, and infinite possibilities that lead to eternity. The realization of the true colors of yin and yang, in which the eternity of light is condensed, can be said to be my own Dream-Desire”.

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