Ina Jang is a Korean artist currently based in Brooklyn, New York. Her recent series, “Radiator Theatre” is a collection of photographs of a small set that Jang made on top of the radiator in her modest New York apartment. The abstract figures are made as a representation of female identity—seen in the shapes like round bodies, ribbons, masks, legs and heels.
Jang feels that the photographic medium is important to her mixed-media series, in a time when similar work is often made on a computer. She makes every piece by hand, and photographs each still-life she sets up, shadows, brush strokes and all. She sees the work as a small form of resistance to the digital world that we all inhabit now.
See more from “Radiator Theatre” below!
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