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The artist Heewon Oh conveys the flowing time on the canvas.
The changing seasons, landscapes, and nature in the flowing time are delicately depicted in the artist’s work. The artwork is completed when the snow or rain is expressively scattered on a silver paint canvas using different materials such as colored pencils, acrylic paints, and pearl mediums. Depending on the direction of the light and the gaze, beautifully placed materials on a glistening background changes its form and appearance. An intangible entity is captured in a vast, spatial place and it reflects the artist like a mirror.

- Reference: Heewon Oh’s work note
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Artist
The artist Heewon Oh conveys the flowing time on the canvas.
The changing seasons, landscapes, and nature in the flowing time are delicately depicted in the artist’s work. The artwork is completed when the snow or rain is expressively scattered on a silver paint canvas using different materials such as colored pencils, acrylic paints, and pearl mediums. Depending on the direction of the light and the gaze, beautifully placed materials on a glistening background changes its form and appearance. An intangible entity is captured in a vast, spatial place and it reflects the artist like a mirror.

- Reference: Heewon Oh’s work note
Curatorial Essay
-When it is only for you-

Consolation is difficult. 
It is easy to give and receive the wound, but it is difficult to console.
Emotions such as hurts, sadness, loss, and depression are often treated as inappropriate and undesirable within the society. Therefore, these emotions cannot be left as they are. They must be overcome. To belong, because we have no choice but to belong. 
It is impossible to wallow in the feelings of hurt and sorrow. This is because these feelings are incompatible with the societal values of practicality, efficiency, and productivity. All logic and function are confined in it. Society allows to belong when these feelings are compromised. Consolation exists for compromise and acceptance with society. Without consolation, there is no society.
Consolation from another may reach the situation, but it is not easy for it to reach the heart. True consolation is only possible when it rings from the inside. The consolation that gives you true solace only comes from within. In times of pain, or in connection with the time when the pain can be taken away. 
The work of artist Yon So Young coveys the pain intuitively.
The red and blue paints, repeatedly stroked, are thrown into the artist’s world. The performance of the work seems to reject the healing of the pain. Or, perhaps this performance may be including the meanings of the healing. Everyone has an opinion on your grief.1 However, the artist is unbothered, just continuing with the work she has started. 
The artist Heewon Oh’s work invites the viewer to a time decorated by beautiful colors.
Facing the world presented by the artist, the viewer is about to slip into, or slip off, the square canvas. The shines of the surface catch the eyes of those wandering. The physical time loses its control as it is held down by a new timeline sketched by the artist. For those whose ever second is difficult, the artist’s work becomes a new standard of time. 
Everyone’s time runs in its own rate. While this speed is often judged and condemned, it is not something people can rebuke. The consolation found within oneself embraces the unique run of a time, making it comfortable.   

  Curator Jaeeun Park
1 Megan Devine, It’s OK That You’re Not OK
Individual Work Essay
My gaze already contains your gaze, and my gaze may always follow the tip of your gaze.
Artist Heewon Oh's work holds a certain density, while capturing a phenomenon that cannot be explained by words. The canvas, conscious of the direction of gravity, holds colors that create a roomy sense of space. The sense of space infinitely expands within it and encompassing both the artist and the viewers. As ‘the subject’ and ‘the other’ are connected in the subconsciousness, the artist's work connects the space and time of the viewers.
The works Dispersion and Dew Shadow are the flow of the memories stored entirely in the artist. The nature and season of the artist portrayed in the work are recorded as a new unit of time. However, everyone gathered inside is connected. The surface of the work brilliantly shines and covers various layers. We all exist within the frames of the unreachable phenomena of nature and the past that passed us by. The artist's work holds certain slices of time, letting them flow fluidly within a calm canvas. The viewer who faces the work slowly gets sucked into the artist's world. This world, however, instead of feeling foreign, comes at the viewer like weather, something that has always been. 
The time captured by the artist encompasses the time of the viewer and expresses the viewer’s subconsciousness.  
In the work, the subconsciousness expands, and the artist's time becomes a new unit, walking in even strides with the subconsciousness.

  Curator Jaeeun Park