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Environmental Sculpture

  • Posted by Peter Glatzer on March 20, 2015 in Art
  • Myeongbeom Kim creates installations that deal with nature and are at once natural and unnatural. With the occaisonal man-made pieces colliding with natural elements he concots surreal dreamlike spaces.

    Myeongbeom Kim received his MFA in sculpture from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago in 2008 after studying environmental sculpture at University of Seoul, South Korea.

    He often incorporates suspension and living creatures confined in light bulbs or helium balloons, to produce a sense of fantasy and wonder.

    His work has been exhibited in the United States as well as in South Korea. 





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