The exhibition is planned with other two artists in Sydney, who share the common grounds: Korean female artists. As each individual has a unique style, concept and medium, this exhibition is developed into the combination of group show and three solo exhibitions, facilitating four rooms in the Balmain Watch House Gallery.

The idea of the exhibition title is based on each artist’s medium: P(painting)erC(ceramics)eP(photography)tion.

The title also connotes disaproval of binary perceptions of arts based on; an artistic medium; an artist’s cultural and gender background.

Total 55 artworks are installed througout the space and the first room is designed for introducing all artists’ works of diverse mediums.

I have included 14 photo-media works (30 pieces of works), which have been created for 8 years. The photographic medium is explored through diverse techniques and other mediums such as photopolymer printing, gum bichromate printing, photo image transfer, resin and body castings.

One year preparation; One and half days of the installation; Two and half days of the exhibition.

Opening night: People who care about my works came along and it cheered me up.

Saturday: The strong line of morning sun ray was passing my self-portraits and landed on the installation work, Cabinet of curiosities of identity in my exhibition cell room. The initial intention was to frame this work in a real cabinet but I couldn’t figure out the proper method and budget, especially for this heritage building.

Sunday: Contemplated about being an artist and the relationship with people around me in the cozy backyard garden. Always feel void after wrapping up the exhibition.

My photomedia works installation view in one of cells at Balmain watch house gallery
My printmaking ‘Cafe Florence’ series along with Misim Song’s paintings and Jinyoung Lee’s ceramics.
Balmain Watch House Gallery entrance with my printmaking ‘3 Flowers’
Balmain Watch House Gallery with the exhibition ‘PerCePtion’ sign

‘The Portrait of Dorian Gray’ series in ceramic artist Jinyoung Lee’s cell.