Lee Gil-ou is a Korean artist who uses incense sticks to burn thousands of small holes into hanji, or Korean traditional paper, then overlaps the paper to create one complete artwork. In an interview with the Korea JoongAng Daily on Nov. 23...
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As part of “Reflexion,” Lee showcases his Unreal Reality series, which is the artist's attempt to try to find the surreal moments created by the ripples of water close to the object, such as buildings or trees.