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Artist Statement


I photograph small parks located within and around living spaces in downtown Seoul. I pay attention to the images as seen from a bird's-eye view. While working, I focus not on relating special stories about them but on just presenting the spaces. I think that pictures presented that way can be a pathway to remind viewers of their own thoughts on familiar places-in particular, their thoughts or discussions regarding parks. The parks, as seen here, from a bird's-eye view, reflect characteristics of downtown areas and distorted realities. In addition, they also reveal fabricated Korean-style space and the stark realities of democracy in a more comic way.


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Hosang Park was born in 1977 and resides in Seoul, Korea. In 2004, Park received his B.A. in photography at the Undergraduate School at Sangmyung, and in 2009, received his M.F.A in fine art photography at the Graduate School of Art and Design at Sangmyung. Hosang has exhibited his work in both solo and group exhibitions in Korea, Australia, and the U.S. In 2009, Hosang was selected as a Hot Shot in Hey, Hot Shot! (volume iv, edition ii) and for The Center for Fine Art Photography Artists' Showcase Portfolio, Second Edition.