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Jong Oh's site-specific works fade in and out of visibility, working in conjunction with the space's architecture, light, and shadow. With remarkable precision, Oh creates a subtle yet intensely charged spacial relationship between work and the viewer.

Press Release

Lora Reynolds is pleased to announce a project-room exhibition of site-responsive sculpture by Jong Oh—the artist’s first presentation at the gallery.

Oh’s barely visible sculptures are like three-dimensional geometric drawings made with string, metal rods, Plexiglas, fine necklace chain, and fishing line. His lines are spare, taut, and often form right angles. Although his compositions sometimes …

Lora Reynolds is pleased to announce a project-room exhibition of site-responsive sculpture by Jong Oh—the artist’s first presentation at the gallery.

Oh’s barely visible sculptures are like three-dimensional geometric drawings made with string, metal rods, Plexiglas, fine necklace chain, and fishing line. His lines are spare, taut, and often form right angles. Although his compositions sometimes clearly protrude from a wall, many of his works seem to defy the laws of physics and float, unmoored from any architectural anchor.

In some cases, the tautness of Oh’s wall-bound pieces comes from …

Gallery

Location

360 Nueces
Suite 50
Austin, TX, US