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Mie Kongo | End of the Rainbow

Mie Kongo | End of the Rainbow

Mie Kongo

End of the Rainbow

October 4 - October 25, 2018

Mie Kongo is a Chicago artist and educator living in the Chicago area. Kongo has been exploring diversity in materials by using porcelain, stoneware, earthenware, glazes, 100% wool felt, silk & cotton, wood, plastic/3D printed objects, Plexiglas, rendering foam, latex & acrylic paint, found furniture, etc. Each building element, derived from logic or chance, is assembled into geometric abstract compositions that recall the early stages of an architectural model or primordial architectonic structures. She is interested in the ideation stage of models in their potentiality; they can be something and anything. While Kongo investigates sculptural relationships of volume, surface, balance and tension, she contemplates the notions of natural balance, the unification of opposites and the interdependence of all things. What she looks for is coincidences/bumps between the elements that create meaningful impact or relations, and she waits for the moment when the work appears to have become a self-contained unit of meaning that is open to multiple interpretations. 

Professor Dean Awarded 1st Place in Image of Research

Professor Dean Awarded 1st Place in Image of Research

Tim Lowly | re: Rainbow Girl

Tim Lowly | re: Rainbow Girl