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  • 2017 2nd AUO Artist
  • Lim Jeongsoo
  • Korea National University of Arts, Fine Art, 1st semester
  • Lim Jeongsoo merge between each other, with rendering both two and three dimensional imagery and sculptural elements, incorporating surface, shape and weight. I enjoy researching my perspective in terms of musical analogies words like rhythm, harmony, counterpoint, and dissonance for demonstrate themselves well to the description of what patterns do visually in public space. With constructions that depict the logic of their own rhythms, repetitions, and variations, I search for spatial conclusions that refer to ultimate balance of position. For this, I combine them in regular sequence and at some times confrontational tone with emotional, poetic, and often aesthetic fallacy with ludicrous. [https://www.limjeongsoo.com/]
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 ‘my chair - light’ and carpet in next door

3D (Sculpture, Installa..

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ARTIST'S STATEMENT

 ‘my chair - light’ and carpet in next door | paper, tape, ribbon | installation | 2017

There are some individual sequence which is related with each other through their color, texture, and shape.
I choose some paper according to the specific color which used for interior design for place is based on the emotion. They are made by this raw paper that this reflect what I select for arrangement.
I think we can imagine what kind of furniture my friends and neighborhood use and have, because these days life style have a specific pattern with similar condition. This situation is reference for  my object’s form, state and selection.
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Elaine W. Ng, Editor & Publisher, ArtAsiaPacific
Hello Lim Jeongsoo!

This final work is as mysterious as your others, but I continue to see your interest and sensitivity to color and texture.

I like how the color and pattern is considered and even in conversation with the actual setting of what looks like an abandoned or disused/old house.

But beyond this, is there anything else you are trying to explore or convey? You mention emotion in your artist statement, but this piece feels unresolved. What might be interesting is to offer some other clues to the viewer--whether it is in a more elaborate title or perhaps some other objects that aren't paper strips or material. Perhaps some text or some kind of audio component, if you do not want it to conflict with your intervention. It needs something more for a connection with the viewer (emotional or not).

I do find your work captivating, and I encourage you to keep pushing further! And I look forward to seeing more of your work!
Elaine
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