South Korean artist Seung Hoon Park’s latest series “Textus” is a mélange of creative wonder. To create each piece, Park selects strips of 8mm or 16mm film and weaves them together to create large tapestries that depict famous buildings from all over the world. By layering strips of film, Park can construct a larger surface that functions as a canvas in its own right. Park then uses an 8x10-inch camera to expose the film strips for the final layer, bringing to life the images that make up the iconic works of architecture in pixilated, collage-like form.

Limited edition prints can be purchased online at the Susan Spiritus Gallery.

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