Houk Lee explores the individual in nature, extracting images and collecting scenes. The temperature, smell, and moisture of the time he captures natural scenes are used as vivid materials for his work. He endeavors to think about wounds and healing by stitching the rugged roots that cover the mountains with red thread, and realizes that under the clouds that are larger than mountains, he is nothing more than a shadow. Nature plays the role of a medium to reflect on the artist himself. Projecting what he gains from nature onto his work, he stimulates the emotions and spirit of the viewer.
OCI Museum of Art