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  • 2018 1st AUO Artist
  • Kang Eunhye
  • Hongik University, Fiber Art, 2nd semester
  • Kang Eunhye is a Seoul and New York-based installation artist born in Seoul, South Korea. She graduated with a MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Kang received her BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). Kang creates large-scale geometric installations in architectural spaces. She participated in her first solo exhibition in NYC in 2014 and over 40 group exhibitions in Seoul, South Korea / Sofia, Bulgaria / Philadelphia, New York, Washington D.C., Los Angeles, New Jersey, Colorado, Maryland, and Michigan in the U.S. Recently, she is studying Ph.D in Fiber Art at Hong-ik University graduate School. She is scheduled to move to Residency in Gyeonggi Creation Center from upcoming March.
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게쉬탈트 Gestalt

3D (Sculpture, Installa..

  • 2018
  • Cotton yarn, Tape
  • 2018
  • Cotton yarn, Tape
  • 2018
  • Cotton yarn, Tape
  • 2018
  • Cotton yarn, Tape
  • 2018
  • Cotton yarn, Tape

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EunHye Kang | Gestalt 게쉬탈트 | Cotton Yarn, Tape | Site-specific installation | 2018
@ Jebudo Art Park, Hwaseong-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea


Gestalt
EunHye Kang

My work is based on the idea of visualizing an abstract image in an empty space and implementing it visually based on the geometrical form language 'Line'. The space is divided by such lines, and each space establishes independent individuality and diversity at the same time, and gives motion to the image.

The installation at the Jebudo Art Park(JAP), an art exhibition , is an exhibition that combines the concept of Gestalt, which means " The whole is more than sum of parts", into the lines of architectural space. Actually, even if the lines were broken in space, they are perceived as the lines that are reminiscent of the direction of the lines. Actually, they were 'planes' but they were recognized as 'lines' depending on the point of view, and I intended a space that would feel more than the existing lines being recognized as similarities and directions by grouping together in similar shapes.
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