My work comes with familiar structural bodies. But oddly shaped objects like hand, teeth, flute, room divider, etc. It often contains motion and sound which are not just superficial effect but about interacting visual information to the viewer.
In fact, there is the moment of juxtaposing familiar and unfamiliar object. The familiar object is able to emotional approach. And Their combination create unfamiliarity, yet still are not friendly.
About Sung Jin Choi
Sung Jin Choi is a visual artist living and working in Brooklyn, New York. He earned a MFA in sculpture from the Seoul National University in Korea and a MFA in combined media from Hunter College, New York. Choi’s work has been shown at Real Art Ways in Hartford, CT, Space Lab in Cleveland, Ohio, Dumbo Art Center and Front Room Gallery in New York, NY, and at the Jungsun Museum, Seoul, Korea. Choi was selected for residencies at the
Sculpture Space in Utica, NY, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Skowhegan, MN and Triangle Program in New York, NY. Choi is currently teaching at the School of Visual Arts, New York, NY