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U-Ram Choe

Jet Hiatus (Scientific name: Anmorosta Cetorhinus maximus Uram), 2008

Stainless steel, acrylic, circuits, synthetic resins, acrylic paint, CPU, LED board, motor
35 × 87 × 33 in
88.9 × 221 × 83.8 cm
Edition 3/5 + 1AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
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New York , Los Angeles
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bitforms gallery
New York , Los Angeles
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Jet Hiatus, first observed at an airplane scrap site in the Mojave Desert, is regarded as an …

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Jet Hiatus, first observed at an airplane scrap site in the Mojave Desert, is regarded as an inorganic creature mutated from the microscopic machine living in a gas turbine engine. It is outstandingly similar to the engine of a passenger plane in its form. It is often found flying against the jet stream that flows …

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U-Ram Choe
Korean, b. 1970
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Inspired by the grandeur of the physical realm, from celestial bodies to earthly organisms, U-ram …

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Inspired by the grandeur of the physical realm, from celestial bodies to earthly organisms, U-ram Choe’s complex kinetic sculptures combine delicate, otherworldly beauty with machines, motors, and steel. Choe’s shiny biomorphic forms flutter, glow, and breathe inside their metallic bodies, appearing both familiar and …

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Jet Hiatus, first observed at an airplane scrap site in the Mojave Desert, is regarded as an …

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Jet Hiatus, first observed at an airplane scrap site in the Mojave Desert, is regarded as an inorganic creature mutated from the microscopic machine living in a gas turbine engine. It is outstandingly similar to the engine of a passenger plane in its form. It is often found flying against the jet stream that flows …

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U-Ram Choe
Korean, b. 1970
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Inspired by the grandeur of the physical realm, from celestial bodies to earthly organisms, U-ram …

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Inspired by the grandeur of the physical realm, from celestial bodies to earthly organisms, U-ram Choe’s complex kinetic sculptures combine delicate, otherworldly beauty with machines, motors, and steel. Choe’s shiny biomorphic forms flutter, glow, and breathe inside their metallic bodies, appearing both familiar and …

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U-Ram Choe

Jet Hiatus (Scientific name: Anmorosta Cetorhinus maximus Uram), 2008

Stainless steel, acrylic, circuits, synthetic resins, acrylic paint, CPU, LED board, motor
35 × 87 × 33 in
88.9 × 221 × 83.8 cm
Edition 3/5 + 1AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
Contact For Price
location
New York , Los Angeles
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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