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Fatty Juujuu (Pink Sofa)

Fatty Juujuu (Pink Sofa)


As a child, I was deeply interested in making my appearance as a heroine in cartoon. I naturally worked on the subject of desire for beauty. I bring my endless desire and longing for beauty with the material of 'doll'. Since childhood, 'dolls' were my own possessions and infinite imaginations and fantasies that can project my desires to my heart. Dolls with the same face as me were reborn as 'another me' who could share and identify with me thoughts and emotions.
  Since the standards of 'beauty' change with time and space, they appear in various forms in my work. My fantasy about beauty is becoming a pretty princess and obese in my proxy doll. My work becomes my exorcism and captures the aesthetic desire inherent in me.

 My work consists of 17 pieces and is a two stage spherical joint doll which can move joints freely. The mold of each piece is molded directly, and a casting mold for casting ceramics is made and extracted with soil. It is then dried and dried at 850 degrees. The rough pieces are sanded with water and polished to a temperature of 1250 degrees. After the conglomerate, we use porcelain pigment for ceramics. From the bottom of the figure, we draw a single layer and calcine at a temperature of 700 ° C between each process. After a total of six kilns are baked, a cowhide is added to the joint between the joints to prevent breakage, and a stanchion rod is inserted into the hole pre-drilled in the joint sphere. Finally, connect each piece using rubber bands.

  • Category : SCULPTURE
  • Year : 2016
  • Total Edition No : 2
  • Size : 8(W) x 6(H) x 21(D) cm
  • Materials : Porcelain
  • Posting : 2017. 10. 18

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This middle aged woman looks so kitsch
it contains a lot of meanings inside
its confrontational issue between femininity and social perception.
2018. 02. 01


Its erotic and kitsch and also vivid
sensational expression of this object 
makes me think deeply about human body image

2018. 02. 01