Chanbyul Park

South Korea 

Artist-Designer from South Korea based in Eindhoven, Netherlands. After completing her Bachelor's studies in Industrial Design at Ewha Womans University in Seoul, she majored in Contextual Design at Design Academy Eindhoven, where she obtained her Master's degree.

Insight into the artwork One of the interesting habits of human beings living in a three- dimensional world is that we record things on a two-dimensional plane. Diary entries, poems, business contracts, and paintings are examples of humans recording the world in a two-dimensional way. Although the formats di!er, they are all activities of expressing the world on a plane. Artists in the past served their world on a plane in their unique methods. The beginning of Impressionism was the invention of paint tubes. With the convenience of transporting painting tools, many artists started to go outside to paint. Monet also went outside with paint tubes and an easel in both his hands. He captured the view he faced on a canvas. The artist put effort into reenacting the color of light changing in the process of the Sun rising and setting on the canvas. As a result, he came out with his unique style. Monet's paintings metaphorically depict the era he lived. Like this, a painting has an artist's unique method of recording that understands the change and "ow of one's age. By researching these different ways of documenting the world, Chanbyul established her unique way of recording how she interprets the world.