Korean artist Sunlight Woo will be opening her debut solo demonstrate in London at Carl Kostyál, 12a Savile Row on Thursday May 12th (Personal check out 6-8 pm). The exhibition will run right up until June 11th 2022.
In Invisible Sensations, Sunlight Woo directs her attention to these unseen constraints and frailties encountered by both of those our bodies and social bodies, clouded by the reflective surface area of technological know-how. Knowledgeable by her early and recent health-related disorders and the sorts of constraints encountered within just society, the operates in this display present disembodied figures that are obscured, altered, or confined, attesting to their historical past of struggle or striving to crack cost-free. These fragmented components fill the canvases and corners of the place, responding to their encompassing planet and addressing their personal desires.
Cropped-out images of her very own bones, hair, and flesh from images and scanning units come to be visual means that are digitally reconfigured and merged with photos and 3D products found on the net. Eliminated from their first context to be reassembled into augmented narratives, these fractured bodies strive to look into their personal fragility and stamina, boosting queries about the extent to which their unification with engineering can liberate or defend them, or rework the atmosphere and territory they inhabit.
Sunshine Woo (b. 1994) life and is effective in Seoul, South Korea. She attained her BA in Visible Art from Columbia University, New York in 2017. Her works have been exhibited in galleries and art areas including Rundgænger by Schierke Seinecke, Frankfurt (2022) ATM Gallery, New York (2021) Art Sonje Centre, Seoul (2021) Galerie Hussenot, Paris (2021) Fragment Gallery, Moscow (2021) WoawGallery, Hong Kong (2021) Cylinder, Seoul (2021) ‘Stockholm Sessions’ Carl Kostyál Hospitalet, Stockholm, (2020), Harlesden Large Road, London (2020) Foundwill Art Modern society, Seoul (2020) P21, Seoul (2020) 2/W Weekend, Seoul (2018) amid many others. ‘Invisible Sensations’ is her debut show with Carl Kostyál.