Today science and technology has created a mechanized society for all of us. Often I feel alienated by the people around me. This lack of human compassion often casts my spirits into a state of frustration and despair. My work deals with my personal isolation and memories, and with how these entries are boxed-in or enclosed in ways that are ambiguous. Perhaps they can be interpreted as abstract, representational, two-dimensional, threedimensional, or even, in their distortions, hint at unperceived dimensions. Future, past and present are not parts of continuously flowing time, but they are rather three directions or three dimensions into which the posture of man can stretch. We are not guaranteed the realization of our ego in the future. My working with combinations of different printmaking processes, computer graphics, and glass, is a direct result of these thoughts. My ideas are visually expressed through an exploration of both artistic processes and art media.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Prints--Themes, motives; Prints--Technique; Cubism--Influence; Constructivism (Art)--Influence
Department, Program, or Center
School of Art (CIAS)
Lim, Jeoung-Eun, "A Cube as form" (1994). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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