Soojin Choi’s Installation Art – Mixed Media Ceramic Sculptures

Soojin Choi's Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture Art

My work transforms objects, figures, and spaces into visual language by repeatedly layering flat and spatial surfaces. To me, collage is very similar to poetry. Images are used like words of a poem which transcend their original usage and form creative, imaginative, but not universal mediums of interpretation. Poets sculpt words and enlist them into a poem. I choose images and arrange them into artwork. Where and how images get placed is the way to create the relationship which entails unique expressions. Space can be used as a setting, but an object as well by utilizing the interaction of images within the composition on both two- and three- dimensions of my sculptures. Space consists of two- dimensional surface, three- dimensional structure, and negative spaces. In my artwork, there is perspective on surfaces, there are flat images on voluptuous structures, and silhouettes exist between the surfaces and structures. Spatial recognitions are made when they multiply and coexist within relationships of each other. By repeatedly layering flat and structural components, I bring images and enumerate them into existence. I assemble space and parade them into a poem in the name of art. ~ Soojin Choi

Soojin Choi's Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture Art“Walk In” Ceramics, acrylic paints, pattern papers, wood, fabric, mannequin, 48″ x 48″ x 90″

Soojin Choi's Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture Art“Me or We” Ceramics, wood, fabric, house paint, 67″ x 36″ x 13″

Soojin Choi's Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture Art“Pink Winter from a Distance” Ceramics, fabric prints, wood, house paints, 300″ x 360″ x 112″

Soojin Choi's Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture Art“Another Day Another You” Ceramic, wood, acrylic paints, 20.5″ x 24″ x 12″

Soojin Choi's Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture Art“Lie, Lie” Ceramics, wood, acrylic paints, contact papers, 190″ x 214″ x 96″

Soojin Choi's Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture Art“Void in Relationship” Ceramics, fabric print, wood, house paints, color lights, performer, 48″ x 112″ x 96″

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