Standing shoeless atop a canvas on the floor, Kim Jongku, a sculptor, painter and poet from South Korea, dribbles and dabs fine black powder into poems of calligraphy. A video camera at his feet projects a backdrop of shadows, a mountain landscape made from the steel poem piled below him.
The VAC lobby has been Jongku’s studio during his two-week residency at the CU Boulder Department of Art and Art History. On Tuesday,
Article source: http://cuindependent.com/2014/02/13/seoul-cu-korean-artist-creates-landscapes-steel-powder-calligraphy/51003