Stainless Steel Roots Sprawl Into Figurative Sculptures by Artist Sun-Hyuk Kim

This piece of art captures movement and growth in a natural, slow-moving way. Kim is able to illustrate both the timelessness and ephemerality of human life. He is able to use elements such as tree branches to draw a connection between the body and the natural world. This reminds me of the passage of time, as we attempted to illustrate in our loading loop assignment.

You can view the piece here.

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