Jin Young Yu invisible people art sculptures

Jin Young Yu art sculptures are about the “invisible people.” She wanted to talk about the stories of the people who said, “I definitely don’t know them, but they knew me so well. They said they worked with me for over a year. To me, that person was a transparent existence that neither did or didn’t exist.”

Jin Young Yu art sculptures are about the “invisible people.” She wanted to talk about the stories of the people with transparent existence. art sculptures Jin Young Yu invisible people art sculptures Jin Young Yu half invisible art sculptures fine art I Lobo you

Jin Young Yu art sculptures are about the “invisible people.” She wanted to talk about the stories of the people with transparent existence. art sculptures Jin Young Yu invisible people art sculptures Jin Young Yu half invisible art sculptures fine art I Lobo you2

Jin Young Yu art sculptures are about the “invisible people.” She wanted to talk about the stories of the people with transparent existence. art sculptures Jin Young Yu invisible people art sculptures Jin Young Yu half invisible art sculptures fine art I Lobo you3

Jin Young Yu art sculptures are about the “invisible people.” She wanted to talk about the stories of the people with transparent existence. art sculptures Jin Young Yu invisible people art sculptures Jin Young Yu half invisible art sculptures fine art I Lobo you4

Jin Young Yu art sculptures are about the “invisible people.” She wanted to talk about the stories of the people with transparent existence. art sculptures Jin Young Yu invisible people art sculptures Jin Young Yu half invisible art sculptures fine art I Lobo you5

It was too simple to define them as “the alienated people” or “the depressed people”. Instead, she thought that she could easily be one of them. Her works are about people who, instead of getting along with others, choose to keep a distance from them, and be invisible or be left alone unconcerned. Instead of trying to fit into the world, they climb into a space of their own and reject other people’s intrusions.

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Her works feign expressionless faces. They are holding their tears back and swallowing them, or they try to put on a cool face despite the traces of tears on their faces. Or simply, they seem to have something hiding behind the hurried pretense of their expressionless faces. Looks on their faces that don’t make people approach them with ease – a subtle look of suspicion and caution keeps others from easily approaching them.

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Some of the artist’s works expresses a portrait of humans trapped in a society, and she has moved the meeting of her work into a fence called as home. Through everyday lives of family in very limited space called home, the inner world of family is closely examined.
The family wants to turn away their eyes from all discords and indifferences that are happening in a form of home, which should be intimate the most. They refuse an exposure to the outside by hiding themselves because they don’t want to show their pretentious look as a friendly family.

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The artist uses flowers clothes and even shadow in order to hide sad emotions of the family. The flowers in this work may look as a beautiful decoration for welcoming guests. But an intention of the artist is that the flower is more of a concealing tool than decoration. The pattern scatters one’s eye from family’s gloomy face to the splendid flowers and it produces a bright atmosphere.

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