Hong Seon Jang creates “works that evoke a fundamental recognition of our space and environment and imply physical vulnerability in our daily life.”
Jang’s work consists of installations often made out of found objects and common products. His ideas evolved from his “interest in studying the similarities between human and non-human life forms pertaining to structures, symbols, and patterns.”
This piece, Type City, used pieces of movable type from a printing press to create this wonderfully complex cityscape.
See more of his work at the David B. Smith Gallery.