• The Unconditional Human Condition

    Date posted: January 29, 2010 Author: jolanta
    Shapes, lines, directions, and movements of all creations starting with me are constantly combining and contrasting in multiple dimensions through my own visual vocabulary. I want to evoke effects of mirrors, interactions of lines and shapes, and sometimes the stages unruled by the fourth dimension of time. I am trying to expose parallel or sequential logic that is unhindered by time in an abstract visual method. These lines and shapes represent various people with whom I have had some kind of connection over the years, people who may well have shared an interest in such areas as fashion and culture that they have experienced the same phenomena in different ways.

    Young Kyu Yoo

    Shapes, lines, directions, and movements of all creations starting with me are constantly combining and contrasting in multiple dimensions through my own visual vocabulary. I want to evoke effects of mirrors, interactions of lines and shapes, and sometimes the stages unruled by the fourth dimension of time. I am trying to expose parallel or sequential logic that is unhindered by time in an abstract visual method. These lines and shapes represent various people with whom I have had some kind of connection over the years, people who may well have shared an interest in such areas as fashion and culture that they have experienced the same phenomena in different ways.

    Areas of overlap are expanding among people everywhere to the point where all appears to be consummated into one organic whole. In some ways, the concept of people having similar goals and overlapping ideas can be exciting for some since the culture and diversity gaps are shrinking. It almost suggests the emergence of an undifferentiated pool of experience, reflects the predominance of mass production as applied to the human condition. I have always believed that people’s unique characteristics and ideas make our life fun and exciting. Revealing this overlap phenomenon is very boring and disappointing. What fascinates me is that I am able to give characteristics to these people who are included in this overlap circle.

    Combine of Shape is like an intersection of people in a Venn diagram, people including myself. The best part of doing this project is that I can transform these commonalities among people and reinterpret them through my work using my own abstract visual method, manipulating different shapes and lines. Combine of Shape is like building a puzzle to me. I create and build each piece of a puzzle separately, each representing a particular point of view; I build patiently and each is added together to complete the whole. I’m extremely excited and can’t wait to see how this puzzle will look. I have no clue how this puzzle is ultimately going to turn out, but I look forward to each process that will be required for me to complete the puzzle.

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