You will want to see the delicate sculptural work by Yun Hong Chang–evocative of the fragile nature of love, of loss, of life itself.
Yun Hong Chang was born in Seoul, South Korea and she earned her bachelor of fine art degree in ceramics from University of Washington in 2005. Her sculpture combines unusual natural elements to create an ephemeral experience.
Using now obsolete camera processes and going against the digital grain, Bailey Russel presents new work inspired by Seattle’s skyline that is sprinkled with reminders of its industrial past in the shape of lettered, decaying signs. Think haunting mementos of a time gone by, think early years of photography and the Hollywood images of Ed Ruscha, and you’ll begin to understand what Bailey is getting at.
Shift Collaborative Studio
306 S. Washington in the upstairs corridor of the TK Building–just follow the crowds
First Thursday reception, August 7, 5-8pm