The Biomorphic Landscapes of Jung Yeon Min

by Nastia VoynovskayaPosted on

Based in Paris, Korean-born artist Jung Yeon Min cultivates surreal worlds that evoke 3D renderings for a video game even though they are painted entirely by hand. The universes that Min imagines appear both expansive and miniature, as if she has zoomed into the inside of a human cell or blasted us into outer space to show us the surface of a foreign planet. The abstract, biomorphic forms Min paints create a vivid illusion of depth, allowing the human figures she places in these surreal landscapes to appear minuscule, sometimes even helpless. Take a look at some of her work below.

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