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Yeon Wook Mun


ceramic, 2014, 48"w x 20"h x 7"d

I use simple and elaborate shapes and techniques to reveal the process from intuitive thought to visualized form. An idea may develop from something intangible. It begins to transfer from my imagination to the physical realm. Using a manual casting technique, I create individual pieces in numerous ways. The objects suggest building blocks and toy-like creatures. The interaction of the objects acts as a bridge between my imagination and the finished work. This interaction is the primary reason for choosing a more craft-like way of making art versus using newer technology. Colors and shapes act as devices to maximize humor and wit. The playful structures help to disguise elements of oddness. Such qualities help to unravel my intuition and stimulate the viewer’s imagination.


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