Junseok MO is an visual artist based in Paris and Seoul, who creates sculptures with lines in both the digital world and the physical world. Through the empty inner space and various forms of combination with lines, he questions the boundaries that divide us and the coexistence of me and others. He held seven solo exhibitions at the invitation of art museums and galleries and participated in more than 60 group exhibitions. And Junseok MO's art works are in the collections of the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Art Bank), Government Art Bank, Pohang Museum of Art (Korea), Asakura Fumio Art Museum (Japan), etc. The artist is currently lecturing at the Department of Arts plastiques, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne in France, and is actively engaged in his artwork.
Forme de vie #2
This art work is a VR drawing sculpture created by the artist's hand gestures in a VR space and filmed in a VR space. The artwork made of lines shows separation through void space between objects and connection through continuous lines, expressing our various forms of life.