Based on the Deleuzian idea of rhizome, Chung’s work investigates a form that emerges from a process of drawing ideas and sensations in three-dimensional space. Through the act of weaving lines, the individual structures in Swarm are fused together and become part of a gradually expanding mass, resulting in a concentration of lines that continually grow.
Swarm (Lines and Points: an Image-Space of Thoughts and Sensations), 2014. Material: steel wire and acrylic paint/medium. Dimensions: Variable. Approximately 25.4cm x 50.8cm x 7.62cm – 50.8cm x 76.2cm x 22.86cm