MAYA (generally meaning “illusion” in Sanskrit) is the third phase in a trajectory of Park’s conceptual works dealing with reality, illusion, and existence. Barely possessing materiality of sculpture, or the ideas within them, the idea and conceptualization of MAYA is far from tangible substances.
Brooklyn-based Korean sculptor Seung Mo Parkcreates incredibly detailed and realistic metallic sculptures by carefully manipulating aluminum wire. Each figure in his Human series of sculptures presents a remarkable attention to the delicate form of the human body as well as the naturally flowing condition of draped garments.
Brooklyn-based Korean sculptor Seung Mo Park ongoing work, utilizes Park’s keen eye for shapes and shadows to form his monochromatic works. His multilayered lattice structures use their network of crossing wires to create deeper shades in areas of concentration and, alternatively, a sense of light in areas where Park clips the wires down.