Jung Hur, ‘Mirror #2’, 2016, E-Moderne Gallerie
Jung Hur, ‘Mirror #2’, 2016, E-Moderne Gallerie
Jung Hur, ‘Mirror #2’, 2016, E-Moderne Gallerie
Jung Hur, ‘Mirror #2’, 2016, E-Moderne Gallerie
Jung Hur, ‘Mirror #2’, 2016, E-Moderne Gallerie
Jung Hur, ‘Mirror #2’, 2016, E-Moderne Gallerie

Jung’s works are based on the visual concept of Multi perspective. The egg form relates to the mirror for artists in particular because of what goes into drawing the left as opposed to the right side of the egg. It is rather symmetrical, but they are very different gestures for an artist.

Symmetry is a tricky assumption. Mirrors reverse things. Looking into a mirror is like facing an another person exchanges left for right. Eggs, on the other hand, are imperfect. “A word” backward is “drow A” - and not so legible in that form: It changes from straightforward to code that must be parsed.

Jung's mirror form to introduce ideas about subjectivity and seeing ourselves about others. A fundamental concern in his work is how everyone has a different perspective and the effect this has on society and culture.

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E-moderne Gallerie, Philadelphia
The Lunder Gallery, Maine
The Corey Daniels Gallery, Maine
The Owen Gallery, Bethel, Maine
The White Box Gallery, NYC

Art New England

USA

About Jung Hur

South Korean, b. 1960, Busan, South Korea, based in Maine, United States

Solo Shows

2017
E-Moderne Gallerie, Philadelphia, PA, USA, 
Philadelphia, PA, United States,
Abstract Perspectives