The Science Walden Center unveiled its second 2021 residency project, dedicated to blending art and science. Started early February, the new residency project, dubbed ‘Circulation Part II’ proceeded for two weeks. It will be exhibited at the Science Cabin in an open studio format on March 9, 2021.
SungWon Cho is the artist behind the box-themed artworks, exhibited at the Science Cabin. Artist Cho also stayed at the Science Cabin for two weeks to carry out his art projects. His studio can be found on the website of Artist Canvas (https://artistcanvas.net/).
Through the Artist Canvas of Science Walden Center, Artist Cho shares his thoughts on Circulation with the public. Through this, he had come up with nearly 50 memos. These memos contain various concerns, especially in connection with Circulation, including the true meaning of circulation.
The thoughts contained in these memos are, then, expressed in different contexts from papers to blackboards. Besides, the materials used to express Circulation also vary from water to paint, from clay to metal, and to plastics. Under the theme of Circulation, Artist Cho has recently been working on unique clay sculptures.
Meanwhile, Artist Cho will be showcasing his artworks at the Science Cabin in an open studio format on March 9, 2021. Those who are interested in viewing his artworks may visit his studio on the website of Artist Canvas (https://artistcanvas.net/) prior to the exhibition opening date.