$1,300.00

Title : Don’t You?
Materials : Ceramics
Date : 2020
Dimensions : 11x14x8″
Description : Set

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For Soojin Choi, Collage is very similar to poetry. Images are used like words of a poem which transcend their original usage and form creative, imaginative, but not universal mediums of interpretation. Poets sculpt words and enlist them into a poem. Choi chooses images and arranges them into artwork. Where and how images get placed is the way to create the relationship which entails unique expressions.

Choi earned her BFA at Virginia Commonwealth University in 2015 with double major in Craft/Material Studies and Painting/ Printmaking. She continued her study at Alfred University to pursue a MFA degree in Ceramics in 2018. She has exhibited her works in various types of group show across the country. Currently, she is an Emerging Artist Resident at Northern Clay Center with Anonymous Artist Studio Fellowships. Her work has transformed the fundamental content of an object and space into fascinating elements with different arrangements into both two- and three-dimensions.

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For Soojin Choi, Collage is very similar to poetry. Images are used like words of a poem which transcend their original usage and form creative, imaginative, but not universal mediums of interpretation. Poets sculpt words and enlist them into a poem. Choi chooses images and arranges them into artwork. Where and how images get placed is the way to create the relationship which entails unique expressions.

Choi earned her BFA at Virginia Commonwealth University in 2015 with double major in Craft/Material Studies and Painting/ Printmaking. She continued her study at Alfred University to pursue a MFA degree in Ceramics in 2018. She has exhibited her works in various types of group show across the country. Currently, she is an Emerging Artist Resident at Northern Clay Center with Anonymous Artist Studio Fellowships. Her work has transformed the fundamental content of an object and space into fascinating elements with different arrangements into both two- and three-dimensions.