“Nature allows us to pause and find things that have been overlooked and are inspiring.”
Park’s work involves creating three-dimensional organic forms: mostly in generic and biomorphic shapes. She traces and tracks the subtlety of change using cheap, trivial, disposable, commonly used industrial materials like monofilament and cable ties, which she transforms into organic visualizations.
Sui Park’s work involves creating 3-dimensional organic forms. Park is a New York based artist and an interior architect born in Seoul, Korea. Park has a MDes in Interior Architecture from RISD, a BFA desiin Environmental Design from Maryland Institute College of Art and an MFA in Fiber Art from Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea. She had a solo exhibition at Denise Bibro Fine Gallery in New York’s Chelsea in April 2016 and has participated in over 50 exhibitions, including a recent exhibition, ‘City of Curiosities’ in New York, NY, in April, 2017. Park creates organic forms made with mass-produced industrial materials, in particular monofilament and cable ties which are disposable, trivial, inexpensive and quickly consumed. In Park’s hands, they are transformed into organic visualizations.