Boerum Place, 2019, Acrylic on Canvas, 36 x 18 in.
“An airborne plane leaving a chemtrail dripping down and through a white cloud appears about to fly into and snag on a rope attached to a knife plunged into a moon in ‘Boerum Place.’ An act that would dislodge it? Below, a thin hose threads through the building past a small puff of steam rising from it. The message deeply penetrates: Life and stability’s precariousness permeate all things, from the mortality of human beings to the structural integrity of the buildings they live in.”
- an excerpt from a recent review of Soyeon Shin’s solo exhibition titled ‘Walk,’ at Mrs.gallery
by Jordana Landres for the Queens Chronicle.
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