From Seoul, South Korea
Based in South Korea
"Sudden imagination and feeling inspired make me sketch that moment"
A: What brought you into art?
Y: I started to explore my emotions through drawing and had many opportunities to experience art. Also, my parents often brought me to an art gallery so it was a familiar thing to me.
A: What inspires you the most?
Y: Sudden imagination and feeling inspired make me sketch that moment. Mostly, I habitually observe circumstances and extract perspective that inspires me.
A: Do you have any specific rituals while working(creating)?
Y: I usually draw the output in an image and if I am dissatisfied with it, I stop all processes and don't look at it for a week. It helps me to get out of mannerisms and think of fresh ideas.
A: What would you recommend to someone new to art (an artist or just an admirer), what to begin with?
Y: I would recommend seeing many exhibitions and artworks to train sense. Sense is the most important thing to start art and it will help someone to enter art.
A: Your top 3 adjectives related to art?
Y: Unexpected, noble, endless
A: The best angle to look at art is from..?
Y: Their own height, sight, and feeling
A: The Perfect phrase to start any conversation about art is:.?
Y: Art is the funniest endless field to study and develop their own's work.
A: Must-read books to talk about art (or do we even need them)?
Y: I always recommend reading contemporary art books for reference and books about teaching basic drawing skills.
A: What would it be if you could change one thing in the art world?
Y: I would change the separation between Oriental painting and Western painting. It's just a difference with material.
A: Please, share your favorite quote (not necessarily related to art)
Y: The important thing is not to break your heart.