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Four Seasons in Space by Kyujin Cho

In an alternate universe, on a planet shrouded in mystery, how might trees take root and flourish? What seasons exist to witness their blossoming? In “Four Seasons in Space,” visual artist Kyujin Cho imagines impossible “trees” that draw inspiration from actual botanical anatomy found on earth. In this strange environment, petals, stamens, and stems intertwine with Cho’s imagination, continuously evolving under alien skies into unique works of art. These ethereal entities are both familiar and strange, mirroring their life cycle. Each season a new canvas to showcase their fantastical adaptations. From the vibrant hues of spring to the chilling embrace of winter's grasp, these celestial “trees” beckon viewers to ponder the mysteries of their own existence amidst the great cosmic unknown.

May 2024
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