Beautiful Field

The Hair series began by dip pen and ink to draw body hairs. Later on, in 2017, the idea evolved from two-dimensional to three-dimensional drawings. I examined the concept first by cutting my body hairs and glue them into the canvas. Then I ended up with the first piece done by accumulating artificial eyelashes all over the canvas, which took me two years. The piece from a distance is only a gray surface, but the eyelashes become noticeable by approaching the work. This accumulates artificial eyelashes as a symbol of beauty besides the fishnet tights (which have been symbolic of womanliness and female sexuality since the emergence at the turn of the 19th century), intensifying the subject raises the question. Does beauty still retain their meaning? To me, the act of placing each eyelash on a surface is the same as creating an alive physical body and its hair. It is comparable to Crosshatch, which is used for shading and denoting surfaces in the drawing! By pulling and tearing these tights on canvas, I tried to take the act of drawing accurately. From small to large, from pale to bold, those diamond shape triangles.

Hairy Triangle, charcoal on paper, 150 x 100 cm, 2017


Touch Me, artificial eyelashes, patina material and shoes, 31 x 24 x 12 cm, 2019


Half-naked, artificial eyelashes, patina material and sock on canvas, 24 x 18cm, 2019


Beautiful Field, artificial eyelashes and patina material on canvas, 150 x 100 cm, 2017-2019

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