The Work of Yu Jinyoung Captures Human Feelings and Freezes Them

By: Robyn Currie - Published: Oct 20, 2009   Updated: Jul 21 2011 • References: artnet & notcot
Here is some creepy disembodied art, just in time for the Halloween season. Yu Jinyoung and his 'Family in Disguise' exhibit is a haunting portrayal of human emotion.

Jinyoung uses thoughtful floating faces that disappear into the background due to the clear, completely life-sized bodies they rest on. Yun Jinyoung captures raw human emotions and freeze them in time. Check out the gallery for a taste of what this has to offer.

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