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2012—

Detangled

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2010—2012

It's Just A History

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2008—2010

In Between

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2000—2008

Ice and Water

Ice and Water was inspired by my visit to Alaska during the summer of 2000.

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1996—2000

Pang-ee

I use the spinning top, which could stop any moment, as a metaphor of the frailty of human life. The traces left by the top are the marks we leave behind.

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1991—1996

Archaic

Visual and structural contents of ruins had all the elements that I was seeking with my Archaic series.

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1988—1991

Heart and Myth

I was hooked on this heart, first medically, and then on the abundant myths derived from it. Then a strong urge fell upon me to sculpture the irony and humor of cliches of the heart.

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1984—1988

Broken Wall Series

The wall as a metaphor... I simply experimented with colors and forms in their pure sense with no other references or narrative ideas.

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1980—1984

Scroll Series

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1976—1982

Wall Hangings Series

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1971—1976

Funk Period

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1968—1971

Sand Dune Series

I wanted to begin again as a little child playing in the sand making my own marks. This was a turning point of my life; it gave me a chance to discover who I really was. And most importantly it taught me to not fear being lost, or different. It was a starting point of my serious soul searching.

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1964—1968

Early Works

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