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Unu Sohn

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This current body of work abstracts natural landscapes and the figurative to address movement, unity, and mystery.

The ceramic sculptures perch on their limbs. There is energy where form meets form, hugged by emptiness. A body lies on its side on the earth, hand propping up head, arm hooked, hips and ribcage compressed against the ground with a sliver of space alongside the waist.

The sculptures are forms dancing, hovering, pivoting, resting. The dynamic internal movement of these objects that are understood as static in the physical realm reflect not an illusion but rather an unaccounted dimension that is not seen but felt. 

MA in Ceramics from the Royal College of Art.
BA in Gender Studies.

Artist residency in Denmark funded by Det Obelske Familiefond. 
Shortlisted for the Chaiya 2023 Award. 

TART's Open Call Winner. 2023

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