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༻❁༺ ❤️ ༻❁༺ Extraordinary Glass Sculptures // By Jin Young Yu ༻❁༺ ❤️ ༻❁༺

Jin Young Yu, finally at a US gallery. 
(whom i interviewed a couple years ago : http://arrestedmotion.com/2009/02/interview-jin-young-yu/)

Jin Young Yu, finally at a US gallery. (whom i interviewed a couple years ago : http://arrestedmotion.com/2009/02/interview-jin-young-yu/)

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Transparent Sculptures by Jin Young Yu 8

Transparent Sculptures by Jin Young Yu 8

These extraordinary sculptures were made by Korean artist Jin Young Yu, are about people who, instead of getting along with others, choose to keep a distance from them, and be invisible or be left alone unconcerned. Instead of trying to fit into the world, they climb into a space of their own and reject other people’s intrusions.

These extraordinary sculptures were made by Korean artist Jin Young Yu, are about people who, instead of getting along with others, choose to keep a distance from them, and be invisible or be left alone unconcerned. Instead of trying to fit into the world, they climb into a space of their own and reject other people’s intrusions.

These extraordinary sculptures were made by Korean artist Jin Young Yu, are about people who, instead of getting along with others, choose to keep a distance from them, and be invisible or be left alone unconcerned. Instead of trying to fit into the world, they climb into a space of their own and reject other people’s intrusions. Since her sculptures are “invisible people,” she wanted a total transparency. So she choose PVC, and it took many tries and errors to figure out how to infuse…

These extraordinary sculptures were made by Korean artist Jin Young Yu, are about people who, instead of getting along with others, choose to keep a distance from them, and be invisible or be left alone unconcerned. Instead of trying to fit into the world, they climb into a space of their own and reject other people’s intrusions. Since her sculptures are “invisible people,” she wanted a total transparency. So she choose PVC, and it took many tries and errors to figure out how to infuse…

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