Heeseop Yoon’s Masking Tape Installations

Heeseop Yoon is a Korean artist based in New York concerned with clutter, junk, and our impossibility of absolute perception. His enormous installations begin with photographs of people’s piles of hoarded objects, which, like Giacometti, he then draws and re-draws and re-draws, leaving initial lines to remind him of the instability of his own perception, then re-draws them on enormous scale using tape (which is a form of junk in its own right) galleries and on buildings. The combination of cluttered objects and the instability of perception is a pretty perfect one, they feel like the exact opposite of Gursky’s 99 Cent store photograph yet weirdly similar, both enormous in scale, both about the glut of objects in our society, but executed in inverse manners. His pen and paper drawings are amazing too, check out his website to see more!

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Everton Wright’s Huge Drawings Created By Groups Of People Walking In Formation

Everton Wright (aka Evewright) has been designing and orchestrating these “Walking Drawings”, a series of huge-scale “drawings” carried out by people (and sometimes horses) who interact with the natural landscape in a way that is regimented. The end results are striking designs that snake across the earth. Wright films the creation of each piece, and the documentation becomes a part of the artwork. (via) Read More >


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