It isn't what you see but how you see it.
"Usually this works the other way around:
people take photographs of sculptures as a way
to capture an image of a whole.
Gwon Osang has inverted that artistic convention,however,
by sculpting figures piecemeal from fragmented photographs."
"There is a playfulness and inherent imperfection
to the way these are assembled as well,
defying the tradition of finely finished
and perfectly crafted sculpture."
Clearly, we need to applaud this artist who has been
able to blur the boundary between sculpture
and photograph. Don't you think?
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