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A series of four paintings, Shyun Song’ Transience is connected to each other by their color palette and her use of parallel lines (or deviation from them). Shyun creates her pieces based on concepts within shared human experiences. Transience here, for example, is hinted at through the thick lines marking the end of the canvas, as if to contain the vibrant green or red that occupies in between.
Born in South Korea / Works in NY
Shyun's minimalism does the maximum in bringing out the intensity of shapes and colors. What seem like stable forms - rectangles, tubes, and lines - never sit quietly on the ground. Shyun tips these shapes on their corner, drops them over a shadow, and slices just a little of their edges like soft cheese, capturing the brief moment where the stability of geometry meets the imagination of our eyes.