Stone & Cloth on Wood
This work was created during an artist residency program at Sauerbier House in Port Noarlunga in 2019, inspired by the traditional Korean installation concept and the unique environment of Sauerbier House. The timber, stone and cloth have different densities physically, and additionally, the structures created by the artist make the physical differences even more prominent. Also, the Korean sentiment reflected in the cloth, stone and wood creates another density difference with the Western style of gallery space. Density difference is often mistaken for opposition or conflict, but it is a starting point towards balance in my practice. This work was exhibited at West Gallery Thebarton, Adelaide and 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney.