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TABLE, 2007, wood sculpture, 120 × 73.5 × 90 cm. Courtesy the artist and Tina Kim Gallery, New York.

Mind Body Ghost

Chung Seoyoung

Korea, South USA

The word sculpture became harder to pronounce—but not really that much harder.

– Rosalind Krauss, Sculpture in the Expanded Field

I. ENIGMOLOGY

There is a modernist house on stilts, the size of a child’s bunk bed, complete with a ladder—it is a treehouse without a tree, or a miniature forest-fire station made of wood. 

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