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This series of drawing has started from a class, ‘Physics 101 for artists (not-so-art-related-phyics)’ where I first encountered the world of quanta. It was fascinating because my art is primarily inspired by ‘space’ where we are living in, but physics is talking about ‘space’ where we cannot see but definitely exists and forms the dimensions we live in. I wanted to express this smallest and most complicated world with simplest medium and most familiar material of all, pencil and paper.
*Artwork is framed*

This series of drawing has started from a class, ‘Physics 101 for artists (not-so-art-related-phyics)’ where I first encountered the world of quanta. It was fascinating because my art is primarily inspired by ‘space’ where we are living in, but physics is talking about ‘space’ where we cannot see but definitely exists and forms the dimensions we live in. I wanted to express this smallest and most complicated world with simplest medium and most familiar material of all, pencil and paper.
*Artwork is framed*

This series of drawing has started from a class, ‘Physics 101 for artists (not-so-art-related-phyics)’ where I first encountered the world of quanta. It was fascinating because my art is primarily inspired by ‘space’ where we are living in, but physics is talking about ‘space’ where we cannot see but definitely exists and forms the dimensions we live in. I wanted to express this smallest and most complicated world with simplest medium and most familiar material of all, pencil and paper.
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Yuna Chun

South Korea

Drawing, Acrylic on Paper

Size: 3.9 W x 5.9 H x 0 D in

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*Artwork is framed* This series of drawing has started from a class, ‘Physics 101 for artists (not-so-art-related-phyics)’ where I first encountered the world of quanta. It was fascinating because my art is primarily inspired by ‘space’ where we are living in, but physics is talking about ‘space’ where we cannot see but definitely exists and forms the dimensions we live in. I wanted to express this smallest and most complicated world with simplest medium and most familiar material of all, pencil and paper.

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Drawing:Acrylic on Paper

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Size:3.9 W x 5.9 H x 0 D in

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Yuna Chun is born in the bustling city of Seoul, Korea but has spent her adolescent years in the mellow city of Melbourne, Australia. After finishing her BFA at RMIT University in Melbourne, she began producing works for a number of group and solo shows. Her work depicts the geometric forms of urban structures combined with vibrant colours.

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