Jeongmoon Choi's unique and surreal ‘spaces’ create illusions of perspective that redefine the architecture.

Korean artist Jeongmoon Choi, who lives and works in Berlin, designs installations out of thread and UV light. She creates unique ‘spaces’ that appear to be more concrete and defined than they really are.

The thread and light combine to create surreal environments, as if you’re standing in a drawing rather than in a room. The architecture of these altered spaces is outlined or redefined with colored thread, creating illusions of perspective for the viewer.

Colossal reports that Choi currently has a solo exhibition at the Galerie Laurent Mueller in Paris. ‘Dialogue Lineaire’ is her first solo show in France, and runs until January 26th.

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