The New Contemporary Art Magazine

Tag: Yeom Jihee

If you asked Korean artist Yeom Jihee to describe her art in one word, it would be "hysteria". Her monochromatic mixed media drawings feature a disorderly assemblage of figures and impossible objects, set in environments where the physical plane extends into a blank space of nothingness. Jihee uses these explorations of infinity, reflection, symmetry, and perspective to express her feelings of emotional conflict, or in her words, "a loss of self-control due to overwhelming fear."

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