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U-Ram Choe

Ultima Mudfox - Scientific Name: Anmoropral Delphinus delphis Uram, 2002

Metal machinery, acrylic, CPU board, sensor, motor and light bulb
65 × 150 × 55 in
165.1 × 381 × 139.7 cm
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Singapore Art Museum
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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About the work
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Singapore Art Museum
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

Ultima Mudfox - Scientific Name: Anmoropral Delphinus delphis Uram, 2002

Metal machinery, acrylic, CPU board, sensor, motor and light bulb
65 × 150 × 55 in
165.1 × 381 × 139.7 cm
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