Anna Park

March 24, 2021
Tell us about your practice.
My practice as of late has been a way to articulate my own experiences through time — trying to make sense of a reality under constant transition. To represent this idea of momentary or fleeting sensations, I have been depicting scenes and environments that oscillate between reality and illusion. It is this constant negotiation between the two that I find interesting to explore through creating the work.
The distorted and abstract elements have become increasingly prominent in your work over the years. Is there any particular reason for the shift?
The abstract elements were a natural occurrence in the evolution of my work. In order to question the idea of what reality I was presenting; I became interested in disrupting the image with a visual language that felt more instinctual and that spoke to a more improvisational way of working.
What’s next for you?
I am currently finishing up preparations for my show at Half Gallery which will be opening on April 8th. And then I will start getting ready for another solo show this fall!

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