Hasisi Park’s daily journal of emotions and movements

16 September 2016   •  
Written by Marie Moglia
Hasisi Park's daily journal of emotions and movements

Hasisi Park was a film student in London when she fell into photography. She quit everything to make a living from her passion. Today, the South Korean artist presents us with the first two parts of her series “Casual Pieces”. Despite the variety of technical procedures, colours and finishes, there is a beautiful unity in this work. It’s marked by a strong — almost hyper-sensitivity. “Casual Pieces” is also a daily journal of the gestures, movements and emotions that exist around the artist.

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