Exploring the space between elements, Subin Son creates scenes by casting everyday objects and intangible materials to play the lead role. Through her meditative creation process, works can take the shape of ephemeral sculptures, site-specific installations, experimental paintings, and architecture-related interventions. They are often performative and transform in process of time.
The individual elements are often assembled like the pieces of a puzzle into a totality and create a metaphorical narrative.
After receiving her BA and MA from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, she continues to pursue her practice in relation to the theme of “gap”, stability and instability, tangible and intangible, and the finite and the infinite.
Subin Son currently lives and works in Antwerp, Belgium.