Click on CC at the bottom of the video for English and Korean captions.
영상 하단의 CC 버튼을 클릭하시면 영어와 한글 자막을 선택할 수 있습니다.

 

Produced by Se Yoon Park

Directed by Sammy Suh

Assistants: David Temann Lu, Ramon Rivera, Kara Moats, Vladislav Markov, Kelly Koh, Insil Jang

Contributors: Nadeige Choplet @ Choplet Ceramic Gallery and Studio, Michael Perrotta @ Sculpture House Casting, Osumundo Echevarria @ Osumondo Studio, Kieran Kinsella @ Potter Kinsella Studios, Tony Babin, I.materialise, Shapeways, Makerbot, Sculpteo, 3D Hubs, Parker Steel, Oren Sheetrit @ 3D R'US Inc, William Lapierre @ Mini 3D me, Alex Breitkreuts @ iflytailies and Richard Goldstein @ Goldstein Patent Law

Music by Deaf Center "Fiction Dawn"

Light, Darkness and the Tree I couldn’t find my own voice as an individual and I wanted to give meaning to my work. I had trouble identifying with the projects I worked on before and I wanted to create meaningful works everyone can understand. I found my roots exploring light and darkness through my sculptures. Life is defined by the passage of time, and the passage of time is the flow of light and darkness. Similar to the passing of night and day. I feel as if my work is somewhere in between living and non-living. Though the sculptures are inanimate, they feel alive. Thanks to my exploration through these sculptures, I’ve grown to value the light and darkness in my life. . I’ve grown a deep appreciation for my sculptures because they taught me the nature of light and darkness. When lost in darkness, I’m confident light will come. I can always overcome my darkness since light will shine through. I’ve grown to treasure the light knowing that darkness will come as well.