Charcoal installations by Seon Ghi Bahk

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Charcoal installations by Seon Ghi Bahk

Nylon threads and neatly erupted charcoal bits take over Miami’s Zadok Gallery in “Fiction and the Fabricated Image“—an exhibition that opens this weekend by the South Korean artist Seon Ghi Bahk. The show explores the interplay of nature and civilized culture. In stringing up palm-sized pieces of charcoal, Bahk is able to formulate familiar architectural shapes at various levels of completion. A thrilling tension is uncovered when trying to understand these disintegrating installations, in light of the ploddingly delicate manner with which they have been assembled.

 h/t: Cool Hunting

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