This installation derives from Korean artist Sun K. Kwak's “Space Drawing” series. The powerful flow of lines resembles oriental ink paintings or musical staves. It is the artist's visual response to this given space: a passage at the multi-functional Taipei New Horizon, where art, culture and commerce meet and people stream through into different directions.
Adhesive vinyl might seem plain and ordinary, but it is exactly the material Kwak employs. On this 40-meter long ceiling, she lets lines flow freely and continuously all over the space, bringing forth stunning visual impact. The artist considers the lines a physical extension of her creativity. Her creative process aims to blend the work into the environment while reflecting rhythmic running of energy of the surroundings and the viewers passing through.
At the Cultural Corridor of Taipei New Horizon, the fluid image of the work closely echoes with the purpose of the space, connecting with the diverse liveliness of the park.