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Ran Hwang Art
Monday, 14 May 2012

"I create large icons such as a Buddha or a traditional vase, using materials from the fashion industry. The process of building large installations are time consuming and repetitive and it requires manual effort which provides a form of self-meditation. I hammer thousands of pins into a wall like a monk who, facing the wall, practices Zen. My works are divided into two groups. In the first, pins are used to hold buttons remain free to move and suggest the genetic human tendency to be irresolute. I choose buttons, which are as common and ordinary as human beings. In the second group of works, a massive number of pins connect yards of thread creating a negative space of the presented images, threads suggesting connections between human beings and a communication network between seemingly unlinked human experiences. The filled negative space in the absence of the positive space suggests mortality at the heart of self-recognition."

~ Ran Hwang


Sweet In Yean






Garden of Water






East Palace



 Garden of Water



East Wind from Old Palace 



Empty me









 Whimsical Dream



Another soaring



Reality Game 



The Rest



 Dreaming of Joy






Artist: Ran Hwang

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