Shape of Wind #45 Drawing by Cheolyu Kim

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Drawing: Wood, Fractal, Stencil on Wood.

Cheolyu Kim
Build, destroy and reassembled numerous unique forms from my dreams and imaginations, over and over again. Then it's becoming my very own landscape.  I often fly in my dreams, I had to go through a lot of exercise to learn. Even in dreams I could not escape my reality; things were still defined and regulated by an overpowering world. I had to put extra effort into creating my own definition and my own law, using visual images.   My memories and experiences are intermingled with my imagination and dreams. It is often unclear what is real and what is not. I find it hard to draw a line between the real and the imaginary, and that line is where I start. My work arises from the boundaries of what is familiar and what is not. It helps me deal with life better, one step at a time.


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Shape of Wind #45

Cheolyu Kim

South Korea

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Size: 15.1 W x 15.1 H x 1 in

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