Jiho Won

Jiho Won critiques the symbols which divide the global community into separatist groups. His works question belonging and a sense of place that straddles territories. In more personal works, various glass shapes are stacked on top of each other, sometimes in symmetrical patterns. The artist refers to these works as ponds that store old memories. Memories grow and transform like crystals or stalagmites, referenced by the plaster contained within the glass, resembling natural forms.

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Jiho Won 2012

Jiho Won 2012




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Jiho Won 2011

Jiho Won 2011

Memory Pond
Glass, plaster, acrylic
300 x 37 x 37 cm
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Jiho Won 2011

Jiho Won 2011

Prepared War Memorial
Crystal Bricks
6 x 200 x 120cm
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Jiho Won 2010

Jiho Won 2010

Calm Sea
Glass, plaster, acrylic
72 x 20 x 18 cm
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Jiho Won 2012

Jiho Won 2012

Transformed memory
Glass, silicone, expanded foam
130 x 45 x 47 cm
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