“We humans are made up of many relationships. Theseentangle us from the moment we are born, and new ones are formed continuouslythroughout our lives. Not just between people, but also between objects,animals, dreams, reality, and even souls. All the while, spirits reside inthese relationships and act on them. I am interested in these invisible tiesbetween our environment, and us, which possess such power over our lives.
TheRed thread indicates the ‘Red string of Fate’ visually. It has historical traditionin East and West alike and signifying a person’s fate in life. In Japan and China, people believe that godties an invisible Red thread on people’s little fingers and ankles who aredestined to be lovers. In Greek mythology, the three Moirai controlled thethree aspects of fate: spinning (the thread) allotting and cutting the threadof life of the mortals. “
Hyewon Park wasborn in Korea in 1979, and studied at Chelsea Collegeof Art and Design, London. She has exhibited internationally, including soloand group exhibitions in Korea, Taiwan, China, USA, Germany, Switzerland andthe UK. She lives and works in Korea.
She won many prizes include ‘Asian Fellowship winner2011~2012’, Freeman Foundation, USA.