Based in Chicago, prolific mixed media
artist, Hye-Sun Baik's highly textured art works combine fibre art
with mixed media on handmade paper. She builds her canvas using
innovative casting, pulp painting, printing, embroidery, and embossing
methods, completing the process with airbrush and other various
painting techniques to convey strong, meditative and hypnotic
impressions for the viewer.Originally from Seoul, South Korea, the
artist has made North America her home and has worked professionally
Born in Tokyo in
1975, Kumiko Yasukawa has lived and worked in Vancouver since 1993.
Her process combines traditional and digital photographic techniques
to arrive at an aesthetic that is both ancient and futuristic. Her
most recent KUKI project follows her previous series MIZU, and is part
of a continuing project that explores universal elements to find
renderings of the invisible - in fact making the invisible visible.
formless liquid porcelain is wearing into T-shirt, trousers, socks or
any other things you can think of...".For many ceramic
artists, working with clay by hand lends itself to self-expressionism.
For Sara, objects are not created but are found. The final outcome of
her work is left to chance; its shape and appearance determined by
moisture and temperature. Sara Tse was born in Hong Kong in 1974.
Rene Yung was born in Hong Kong
and currently lives and works in San Francisco. Most of her work
focuses on being, memory and place. She is interested in how meaning
is imbedded in the structure of language and its ramification in the
visual form of artwork. Deeply influenced by Western conceptual
thinking, Yung’s recent works have been exploring a visual language
aimed at a reframing and a revisioning of the operational aesthetics
in diasporic art practices.
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