Suh Jeong Min: The Lines of Chorus

This online exhibition presents artwork by the Korean artist Suh Jeong-min, who employs the timeless structures of geometry while simultaneously pursuing an idiosyncratic aesthetic that combines cultural references with unusual formal techniques. These elegant and somewhat imposing works are neither painting nor sculpture, yet have properties of both. The paper Suh uses is made out of Buddhist prayer rolls from Korean hanji, produced from the inner bark of Mulberry trees.
Suh says a prayer of thanks while creating these “prayer works”, believing that the borrowed prayers of others will bless the home or person once the work finds its final resting place.