Soon Joo Hong

Indifferent brush strokes made in freedom were the start of my artworks. The brush
strokes are made in a free state where they are drawn as if they are breathing. I
take natureʼs ʻself-actingʼ as the meaning of freedom and hence endeavored to
convey it through my works. My works, in general terms, are correspondence to
subjects and at the same time realization of my unconsciousness which is fulfilled
at highly concentrated state of mind.
My works can be categorized into two segments. First segment is gestures of hanji
(Korean paper)-brush and ink-water and second segment is gestures of hanjibrush
and ink-shell powder. I attempted to build spatial levels on the surface by
adding artificial lines on hanji that embodies coincidental expressions. Such
attempt is my effort to portray the dialectical relationship of nature and artificiality.

Soon Joo Hong CV

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