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About the artist

Jung Jisook (1987) is a South Korean artist based in Seoul. She uses clay as her main material to shape metaphorical creatures into three dimensions.
People or animals are simplified with clay to form almost a lump, and clay grains, small and miscellaneous things that can be easily obtained in everyday life, and materials with interesting texture are irregularly grouped and covered on the surface. This mass of life is mainly expressed in primary colors and the overall outline is made up of loose curves, which seem to move slowly.

Jung Jisook

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