JUNG Hye Ryun
Born in South Korea in 1977; llives and works in South Korea.
Jung explores the significance of space through installations that radiate light through curved acrylic units that form entwined structures, delicate wood constructions, and geometrically structured objects. By approaching the work from varying distances, directions, and heights, viewers encounter a space enfolded with multiple layers of diverse expression. Besides being in solo shows and group shows mainly in South Korea, Jung also produces public sculptures. Her recent exhibitions include “Abstract time” (2013), and “Serial Possibility-planet” (Seoul, 2015). For KENPOKU ART 2016, she will be realizing a light installation inspired by the waterfalls and rivers that flow inside a tunnel which leads to the Fukuroda Falls in Daigo, renowned as one of Japan’s great three waterfalls.