Jeongmoon choi is a visual artist born in South Korea and based in Germany, who lives and works between Seoul y Berlin, recognized for creating impressive installations of colored wool and ultraviolet light with which it redefines space and our thinking, creating an artistic diversity that speaks for itself.
Since his first show in 2012, when he started develop your physical practice both from her experience as a painter and her education in Corea del Sur, where space must be designed in an innovative and imaginative way, his remarkable installations have become a subject of fascination, especially considering that his artwork has the ability to transform any environment, maximize any room, and carefully eliminate or define all edges.
Impeccably accurate, Choi's lighting installations create a new sci-fi-like environment that can trick the brain into transporting it to a different dimension.
His deep conceptual thinking and the fragile construction of his strings, where he reinterprets the media and the material ends up being an exploration of extreme solitude, of the creative potential in space, architecture and the impersonal communications of contemporary life.
As for his process, Choi draws his vision directly into a room using infinite amounts of fine thread, tracing three-dimensional lines in space to create perspective illusions. By directly transforming the conditions of an existing space, the artist raises questions about personal perspective.
With his artistic proposals, Choi not only seeks that his work is completed through arbitrary contact with the public, he also accepts the existence of different experiences that revolve around him and in fact. It is important that your facilities are perceived directly, because each person's experience is different when they are in front of one.
In this sense, the artist fully understands that her work is transformed by the viewer's perspective and movement. She does not intend to control the visitor's experience; he prefers each of us to find his own logic.
Emphasizing the concept of delineation and restructuring of space and its movement in time, Choi refers to the tangible movement and frequency of seismic waves as elements of earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunamis, natural disasters around the world and in the east.