Designers Serin Oh

A work that is reborn as an object with an aesthetic, artistic meaning through an intermingling with trivial things.

Serin Oh collects most trivial things with low product value, such as fake accessories and rotten tangerines, and recreates them into shiny gold works of art. The mold of assemblage is inevitably broken into pieces when removed because of its intricate shape. At this point, its meaning reversed from a collection of trivial things to an artwork with originality. By doing this, the artist makes a witty mockery of human-centered capitalistic value and raises questions about an artwork’s originality.

Nation: South Korea
 

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