Monday’s Child - A Weekly Creative Shot in the Arm

Seulgi Kwon - unpredictable organisms 

Kwon’s work interested us because of its use of clear plastic and silicone. Although her art is organic in nature, it embraces the science associated with cells, their growth, mutation, division, and extinction. The use of transparent media creates another dimension to Kwon’s cell-like pieces. It allows you to see what is happening within. This is all executed with pigment, thread, plastic, feathers, silicone.

We’ve also included an image of one of Kwon’s pieces being worn so you can get an idea of her scale.

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