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Sun K. Kwak on "Untying Space"

Sun K. Kwak on "Untying Space"


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Subject ArtsVisual Arts
Grade Level Grades K-2, Grades 6-12

About This Lesson

Korean-born New York based artist Sun K. Kwak makes the invisible visible using a surprisingly simple medium: black masking tape. Through a process infused with an element of performance, Kwak channels surrounding energy to manifest a movement of lines, liberating the space and transforming it into a new pictorial reality. For the Phantoms of Asia exhibition at the Asian Art Museum (on view from May 18-September 2, 2012), Kwak creates a site-specific installation for the museum's North Court, which will not be seen again after the exhibition closes.



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