For the artist Kwang-sik Jung, "Stone Wave" is the canvas of nature.
Jung breathes his visions into the stone to reveal life’s top and bottom structure in a macroscopic, equal, and pure way.
His works feature an encompassing, long-distance view that reveals finer details while zooming in.
Quite like the aesthetic effects of pitch, and the strength of sounds, Jung's work has the aesthetic characteristics of concentration and dispersion, as well as condensation and diffusion.
They represent a coexistence of small landscapes that unfold in fine cracks that attract and invite us to experience the texture of the material through touch, and of large landscapes painted through a bird's eye view.