Orders in Chaos: Compositions and Structres of Spontaneity

A Series of Drawings

2014 - 2015

Mixed Media on Paper

297 x 420 mm














Intimate Journal of Life in Margine: March to May


2014

4colour ballpoint pen on paper

250 x 353 mm


This is a series of drawings depics everyday life in countryside, and a life in transition.

A couple of years ago, I have moved from a bustling, compatitive, and densely populated capital city of South Korea to a tranquil and nice but somehow  motionless and devoid place in the west country in England. I became a married from single, and a mom from a 'just married'. As my circumstance has been changed, the way I perceiving the world has been shaken and swayed. I had completely stopped working for a whole year to nurse a baby. Then, here I am. Restarting with small drawings observing and recording my life, 10 minutes  at a time when the baby's in sleep, everyday.

















Intimate Journal of Life in Margin: Feburary

2014

Pen on Paper

250x353mm


This is a series of drawings depics everyday life in countryside, and a life in transition.

A couple of years ago, I have moved from a bustling, compatitive, and densely populated capital city of South Korea to a tranquil and nice but somehow  motionless and devoid place in the west country in England. I became a married from single, and a mom from a 'just married'. As my circumstance has been changed, the way I perceiving the world has been shaken and swayed. I had completely stopped working for a whole year to nurse a baby. Then, here I am. Restarting with small drawings observing and recording my life, 10 minutes  at a time when the baby's in sleep, everyday.






Intimate Journal of Life in Margine: January

2014

Pen on Paper

250 x 353mm


 This is a series of drawings depics everyday life in countryside, and a life in transition.

A couple of years ago, I have moved from a bustling, compatitive, and densely populated capital city of South Korea to a tranquil and nice but somehow  motionless and devoid place in the west country in England. I became a married from single, and a mom from a 'just married'. As my circumstance has been changed, the way I perceiving the world

has been shaken and swayed. I had completely stopped working for a whole year to nurse a baby. Then, here I am. Restarting with small drawings observing and recording my life, 10 minutes  at a time when the baby's in sleep, everyday.
























Drawing, pen on paper, 2520x1485mm, 2013 


 This is a work of imaginary journey heading to an ideal world. The floating objects, and splash and waves of ocean form a circular movement of which does not lead but back to where you begin.

  When I started working on this piece, I was on the process of settling down in new home in abroad. A new life from the ground made me think about the general intentions and results of migration and ideal worlds that people have been seeking. Would it exist somewhere? If it would not exist, what could be the end of this whole effort and process?
 The idea of Utopia has not been changed much for years and years. Does it mean our society is still under a same circumstances and conditions since Thomas More and unknown storytellers who had dreamed and told and written about those place of no-where but in their hearts?

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