SPACE RHYTHM DRAWINGS- FLOWERS

SPACE RHYTHM DRAWINGS- FLOWERS

Space Rhythm Drawings-Flowers
A Wall and Floor Installation
by Ga Hae Park
May 14-June 4, 2010

This work consists of about 200 cut paper drawings on the floor and walls of the gallery. Park’s work fuses the raw material of music into visual, emotional and intellectual forms by drawing with cut paper, shaping, and layering positive and negative space, into rhythms. The paper is meticulously cut and composed, opened and closed, with a focus on creating lines that specify coherent patterns of light and shadows on a grid, forming a visual musical structure. In essence, the paper itself becomes the instrument that draws light into musical patterns.

Park has tried to create living forms and images of flowers with cut paper combined with color, sound and light, expressing inner  rhythms with a feeling. This musical structure -living forms of the flowers, is an abstract and metaphysical realm. Music, by evoking that abstract space, inspires Park to create new spaces through her art. For Space Rhythm Drawings- Flowers, Ga Hae Park combines ” Sonatas, BWV 1030 -1035 by Johann Sebastian Bach.

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