new works by EUNHYEA CHOI
MAY 13-14, 2012
Opening Reception: Sunday, May 13, 4-8pm
Open Hours: Monday, May 14, noon-4pm
1913 W 17th Street, Chicago 60608
Eunhyea Choi’s work is conducted within the frame of internal abstraction, perception of light and ephemeral visions, expressed through drawings, paintings, and installations involving light. This imaginative and emotional flow allows Choi to feel the consensual movement between space, time, and light to draw out vague outlines of unseen existences. Lights merge with one another, move, and dissolve within a fluid space. Through these various transformation stages, visual illusions expand their spheres and meanings by making connections with new spaces. Through these connections informed by the fragments of life, she is striving to create works that could be overlapped with endless imagination and numerous interpretations.
EUNHYEA CHOI is an artist based out of Seoul, Korea. She received her MFA in 2010 from Ewha Womans University. Since then has shown around the world including Blank Space in Chelsea, NY, Tohoku University of Art & Design, Yamagata, Japan, Seoul Museum of Art and an upcoming exhibition at Forman’s Smokehouse Gallery in London, England.
More information about Eunhyea Choi can be found at www.choieunhyea.com