Meticulously Wrapped Aluminum Wire Sculptures by Seung Mo Park

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SON MYUNG HEE, detail / 2010 / Aluminum wire, fiberglass lifecasting.

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SON MYUNG HEE / 2010 / Aluminum wire, fiberglass lifecasting.

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Wedding / 2009 / Aluminum wire, fiberglass lifecasting.

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Han Hye yeon / 2011 / Aluminum wire, fiberglass lifecasting.

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Han Hye yeon, detail / 2011 / Aluminum wire, fiberglass lifecasting.

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Kim Seong Su / 2010 / Aluminum wire, fiberglass, lifecasting.

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Kim Seong Su, detail / 2010 / Aluminum wire, fiberglass lifecasting.

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Lie Sand Bong’s Dress / 2008 / Aluminum wire, fiberglass lifecasting

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Lie Sand Bong’s Dress, detail / 2008 / Aluminum wire, fiberglass lifecasting

Korean artist Seung Mo Park (previously) continues to amaze with his astonishingly crafted figurative sculptures made with tightly wrapped layers of aluminum wire based on fiberglass forms. The works shown here are part of the Brooklyn-based artist’s Human series where he recreates the delicate wrinkles and folds of clothing as well as the sinuous musculature of the human body in metallic layers reminiscent of tree rings. He’s also sculpted bicycles, musical instruments and other forms as part of his Object series. (via My Modern Met)

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