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U-Ram Choe

Opertus Lunula Umbra (Hidden Shadow of Moon), 2008

Wood, plastic, encaustic, motors, stainless steel, microprocessor
192 × 141 3/5 × 196 4/5 in
487.7 × 359.7 × 499.9 cm
Edition 3/3 + 1AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
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New York , Los Angeles
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Recently, scientists studying the effects of moonlight on humans have made significant progress …

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Recently, scientists studying the effects of moonlight on humans have made significant progress towards their research due to a discovery of a new phenomenon. Rather than being absorbed, when light from the atmosphere hits the moon it instead radiates off of the moon's surface and travels to earth. This particular …

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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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Recently, scientists studying the effects of moonlight on humans have made significant progress …

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Recently, scientists studying the effects of moonlight on humans have made significant progress towards their research due to a discovery of a new phenomenon. Rather than being absorbed, when light from the atmosphere hits the moon it instead radiates off of the moon's surface and travels to earth. This particular …

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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

Opertus Lunula Umbra (Hidden Shadow of Moon), 2008

Wood, plastic, encaustic, motors, stainless steel, microprocessor
192 × 141 3/5 × 196 4/5 in
487.7 × 359.7 × 499.9 cm
Edition 3/3 + 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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