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Lee Jeonglok, ‘Nabi 10’, 2015, Pontone Gallery
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Lee Jeonglok

Nabi 10, 2015

C-Type Print
47 1/5 × 63 in
120 × 160 cm
Editions 1-7 of 7 + 2AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
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London
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Pontone Gallery
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The production of these pieces is a complex and painstaking process. These images are not made …

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The production of these pieces is a complex and painstaking process. These images are not made digitally, but by an 'in camera' technique. This means using long and multiple exposures, manipulating artificial light and deploying various props on site and in real time. The physicality and engagement of this …

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Lee Jeonglok
Korean, b. 1971
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Lee Jeonglok explores the diversity and spirit of the Korean landscape and national identity with nonspecific, dream-like photographs that reveal the invisible yet essential elements of a scene. Created using long-exposure photography and both natural and artificial light, the “Tree of Life” series features seemingly bioluminescent trees, which appear to illuminate the hidden vitality of the natural world. The “Decoding Scape” series positions the phonetic letters of the Korean Hangul alphabet as hieroglyphs; they are meant to be contemplated and unraveled to uncover the meaning of nature and the Korean spirit. By melding the natural with the artificial, and the organic with the geometric, Lee visualizes the powerful yet imperceptible forces around us.

Lee Jeonglok, ‘Nabi 10’, 2015, Pontone Gallery
Lee Jeonglok, ‘Nabi 10’, 2015, Pontone Gallery
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About the work
Pontone Gallery
London
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The production of these pieces is a complex and painstaking process. These images are not made …

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The production of these pieces is a complex and painstaking process. These images are not made digitally, but by an 'in camera' technique. This means using long and multiple exposures, manipulating artificial light and deploying various props on site and in real time. The physicality and engagement of this …

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Medium
Photography
Signature
Sticker label
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Included
Lee Jeonglok
Korean, b. 1971
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Lee Jeonglok explores the diversity and spirit of the Korean landscape and national identity with nonspecific, dream-like photographs that reveal the invisible yet essential elements of a scene. Created using long-exposure photography and both natural and artificial light, the “Tree of Life” series features seemingly bioluminescent trees, which appear to illuminate the hidden vitality of the natural world. The “Decoding Scape” series positions the phonetic letters of the Korean Hangul alphabet as hieroglyphs; they are meant to be contemplated and unraveled to uncover the meaning of nature and the Korean spirit. By melding the natural with the artificial, and the organic with the geometric, Lee visualizes the powerful yet imperceptible forces around us.

Lee Jeonglok

Nabi 10, 2015

C-Type Print
47 1/5 × 63 in
120 × 160 cm
Editions 1-7 of 7 + 2AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
Contact For Price
Location
London
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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