Eung Ho Park's Object/Objective installations at the DM Contemporary Gallery are captivating with cerebral messages and detail crafting.
The artist's knack for transforming everyday objects into expressions of social issues is truly metaphoric. For instance, one of Ho Park's pieces that utilizes bottle caps captures his solitude that resulted from his perceived fear of scrutiny. There is an array of mesmerizing bottle cap pieces in his ouvre that play with pattern and perception.
It's extraordinary that Eng Ho Park's work excites with dimensions and compositions that are not only pleasing to the eye, but also thought provoking. It is this cheeky mix of aesthetic with social conscience that makes Eung Ho Park's work memorable.
Artist Eung Ho Park Toys with Both Aesthetic and Social Perception
Alexandra Serrano — January 25, 2013 — Eco
References: dmcontemporary & frameweb