Seung Mo Park

This Korean sculpture’s are something to be marvelled. His work seems to have an existentialist kind of thematic. He studies how all parts of something as a whole makes up the actual object. For example, one of his pieces is a grand piano beautifully covered in aluminum wired. This questions whether the piano is still a piano if it is not able to do it’s function.

My main focus with Mo Park is his work with wire mesh. His wire mesh portraits and landscapes are a force to be reckon. This work have an ethereal aspect to it. The different layers of mesh are placed in such a matter that it created a very intricate crosshatching. After that, he substract little by little to bring the whole image  out.

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