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Suk Young Kang

Seoul, South Korea
sygang@ewha.ac.kr

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Artist's Statement

I gain satisfaction and pleasure from the infinite colors created by the genuineness of white. The movement of geometric lines surpasses the whiteness of porcelain. Instead the lights created by the material give liveliness. Natural linear qualities are added intentionally although the works are spontaneous and coincidental. Time changes the rhythm of the lines and they are constantly translating a variety of sensitivity.

As I work with the slip-casting technique such effects give me incentive and they act as an important medium in solving formative dispositions. A moderated sensitivity is most effective when it reaches its pinnacle. Therefore my works put the extreme of my formative imagination into one single meticulous line that takes place in a single second. The transparent quality of the materials is projected with light and whiteness while setting the entire mood of the work.

Suk Young Kang, Professor, Department of Ceramic Art, College of Art and Design, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea.

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