“Finding meaning in meaningless…”
Paul Zimmerman in conversation with Jung-Sook Park
Paul Zimmerman: How did you develop interest in art?
Jung-Sook Park: Like the sound of the rain at down someone knocked on the door of inner consciousness.
I followed the sound. It was an endless journey to find the light.
PZ: Your patterns have a meditative quality. Is there a spiritual aspect to your work?
JSP: Recognizing the inner space the everyone has. if you shape the margin.
After all, it is a point and universe, it will be one wave and one particle.
PZ: How do you create your work?
JSP:Making dots.Connecting points and points creates a lineConnecting lines and lines creates an infinite side.
In that aspect there is everyting in the world that exists. Even coincidence and inevitable.
PZ: Have your practice changed over time?
PZ: What inspires you?
JSP: The stars in the sky. The wind blowing through the forest.
PZ: What is your definition of art?
JSP: A trip that leaves me.
PZ: How would you describe your style?
JSP: They all seem the same, but are slightly different. But the other is not wrong. Everyone is beautiful.
PZ: Which artists are you most influenced by?
JSP: I like the works of surrealist artists.
PZ: What are you working on now?
JSP: Finding meaning in meaninglessness.
PZ: Does this pandemic impact your work and sensibility?
JSP: I’m working slowly, adjusting to difficult situations through the tunnel of awakening and reflection. Slowly. Slowly.