doodles II- Brooch, korean paper, latex, copper ,paint – 2011

Fishmarket 2009 necklace 925 silver, paper, latex

Jimin Kim

Samsara Far out at sea

1 x 1 Collective Shows Their Work at Vander A Gallery

According to Buddhist teachings, all living beings are trapped in the eternal cycle of birth, death, and rebirth. Samsara means this cycle within Buddhism, Hinduism and other Indian religions.

These paths could be divided into two groups. One is the way of plants, the other is animals. Plants have a stable cycle from earth to earth, only repeating in this way. But animals including humans do not have an idea of the world after death. No one knows what they might be in the next life.
Perhaps it is possible that I was a bird or a wolf in my past life and I also could be a rabbit or a whale in my next life. - Sungho Cho

brooch, 2012, 2012, leather, breds, iron, string - pendant 195 x 100 x 30 mm

necklace, 2012, leather, breds, string - pendant 130 x 100 x 30 mm

A piece of nature is small, but sometimes they connect and acquire a different appearance. Interlacing branches look like a bold tree. Collectively, many small flowers look like a big flower. In the same way, my appearance and my life, are made up of fragments of memory. The memory is blurred but it has a vivid colour. The fragments of memory are connected by a piece of string – making one new piece.

Hyo rim Lee

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