From August 26 to September 25, 2021, Gwon Osang held the exhibition< Sequence > at Space Type. The artist, who is working on various concepts, has presented various series such as ‘Reclining Figure’, ‘Busts’, ‘Masspatterns’, ‘Relief’ and ‘Mobile’.
As the title suggests, the composition of the exhibition allows the different types of sculptures to be continuously and flexibly as if they were a single event. In the basement, a glass wall was installed so that the work could be seen from all directions, and the work was installed on the pedestal inside. Through this, it was composed so that he could naturally focus on the work. By exhibiting works along the flow lines that are naturally connected through the passage, visitors can experience as if they were the center of attention among the works.
In the exhibition, a series of new attempts were presented. This work began while studying the reclining figure, which is one of the modern sculptures that have an abstract form. In particular, he was influenced by the British modern sculptor Henry Moore.
The works show formative characteristics different from those that stand or lie in a reclining form. The upper body is erect and the lower body is lying, similar to Henry Moore’s sculptures. The artist’s characteristic of abstractly expressing by collecting related images with a specific person as the subject is well expressed in the sculpture.
If you look closely at the works, the work is installed on a chair, and both the chair and the work on it are the artist’s work. It is also fun to find out where and in what form the work was installed by making the work in the form of furniture that matches the space and installing the props on the elements.