This is a monograph of Korean artist Lee Seung-taek who has been producing experimental works since 1950s. Oh Sang-ghil wrote, 'Among the concepts most often mentioned in the work of Lee Seung-taek is 'non-sculpture'. He himself often used the term 'anti-concept' or 'non-sculpture', which is perhaps why most art critics interpret his work in this context. But he also used these concepts as a manifestation of his rejection of existing ideas and orders, meaning that his real work had no relation with any sculptural concept whose initial goal was plasticity. In the concept of non-sculpture, sculpture is neither anti- nor pro- in existing art, but a rupture and a direct rejection.' Artist biography is included in the monograph.
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Onsite

Location code MONL.LST3
Language

English, 

Korean

Publication/Creation date

2004

No of pages

378

ISBN / ISSN

8995267453

No of copies

1

Content type

artist monograph

Chapter headings
Non-Materialization: A Theory of the Work of Lee Seung-taek - OH Sanggil, 오상길
Escaping and Crosscut, Striving for an Open System - KIM Chandong, 김찬동
Following Godret Stone: Entangled Energy/Spiritual World with Modernity - KIM Yunghee
Fundamental Reflection on Creative Act - YANG Gunryol
The world that open while emptying itself and passing by itself, without meeting itself - SA Haejeong
Making a Dramatic Reversal with an Impulse for Finding a 'New order' - LEE Hui
Interview by Kim Wonbang
Lee Seung-taek: Non-Material Works
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Lee Seung-taek: Non-Material Works

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