Artist Kim Kei has a knack for finding unwanted rubbish remains and turns them into stunning abstract artworks. The end result is a fluid mix of technicolor hues and texturized sculptures that can be interpreted from multiple viewpoints and angles.
These incredibly breathtaking sculpture pieces begin has unwanted junk that Kei has upcycled and repurposed. The various pieces of scraps have been joined together to form malleable shapes and then painted overtop using chromatic and iridescent colors. Each piece is suspended and photographed by Kei adding another dynamic level to these sculptures. The pieces in the following series are titled 'Mimesis' followed by a number which ties into Kei's repurposing of materials and turning them into something completely new and striking. No two Kei's pieces are a like.
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