Kang Suk Young
Korean ceramicists continue to work with porcelain, creating innovative techniques that utilize the thinness and whiteness of the material for new effects. The artist Kang Seok Young begins by pouring liquid porcelain into a mold. When the ceramic is nearly dry, he removes it from the mold and bends and twists it. He then fires the piece without glaze, creating a sculpture in which the human hand has subverted the purity and symmetry of the cast porcelain form.
24 13/16 x 6 x 6 in. (63 x 15.3 x 15.3 cm) (show scale)
Signature is on base of the object
This item is not on view
Purchased with funds given by Dr. and Mrs. Richard Dickes
Kang Suk Young (Korean, born 1949). Untitled, 1992. Unglazed porcelain, 24 13/16 x 6 x 6 in. (63 x 15.3 x 15.3 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Purchased with funds given by Dr. and Mrs. Richard Dickes, 2006.20 (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 2006.20_PS2.jpg)
overall, 2006.20_PS2.jpg. Brooklyn Museum photograph, 2006
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