soyeon cho

(Seoul, Korea 1974. She lives and works in New York)

She studied sculpture at Seoul National University and received an MFA in 2004 from the School of Visual Arts in New York. In her work she uses quotidian materials, such as plastic forks and q-tips, and a variety of discarded objects.  Like the avant-garde artists of the XX century she rescues these items from the dull everyday life they represent and transforms them into light, colour and movement: the elements of a new dream landscape.  Revealing her essence and dreams, she re-evaluates human potential and relationships. She has exhibited her work in numerous galleries and museums around the world, including the Seoul Arts Centre, Korea (2007), and the Museum of Arts and Design, New York (2008-2009).




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