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While the subject matter of Flower VIII is typical of still life, the flower petals that usually are granted the most detailed are radically abstracted into smears of color here. Painted in much thicker layers than the rest of the painting, the flowers almost explode out from the canvas.
Born in Seoul, South Korea / Works in Palisades Park, NJ
As a self described mostly straight Asian male, Chunbum Park, also known as Chun, explores gender fluidity and his fictive femme expression through art. Varying in texture and level of abstraction, the feminine figures of his work drift in and out of otherworldly color palettes. The exaggerated anatomy of his work in shrinking yet sexualized poses subvert the pathways of dominance that the oppression of queer people, women, and poc have made. Chun believes that the vulnerability in beauty and self-expression takes greater courage.