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Ho Yoon Shin

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Paper, to me, is the optimal material to explain the social structure. First,  I firmly believe that the paper which has properties called historicity, a feature that records pass through the role of knowledge on it for future generations had brought … Continue reading

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Yan Fong

Disappearing Memory Series . Wood Collage . Mixed Medium

The featured art pieces were created by Fashion designer and Artist Yan Fong. Yan studied Fashion and Art in in Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) New York .Yan lives and works in USA and Hong Kong. She founded Decoartpiece Art … Continue reading

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Katsutoshi Yuasa

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My recent work is a comment on how we use our imagination in response to the Internet and news feeds about natural disasters related to nature and forces beyond our control. A departure from ten years of depicting images of … Continue reading

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June Yokell

Day_Dreams

My current paintings are influenced by specific aspects of nature, particularly by trees and water; by the movement of, by light on, by shadows and reflections, by the power of, by fluidity, or by calming abilities. Many of the recent … Continue reading

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Charles Yuen

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A certain Chinese tradition calls for semi-precious stones and minerals to be submerged in water for an indefinite period of time. Upon retrieval, the hard mass appears softened. Moreover, water leaves peculiar markings which resemble inner organs or blood vessels;indelible … Continue reading

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Karen Yasinsky

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I use stop-motion animation to focus on the details of characters’ interactions. Through awkward movements and introspective gestures, the characters speak to our anxieties, frustrations and desires. I have always been fascinated by film’s ability to involve the viewer with … Continue reading

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