Recipient of the 2004 Roy Crane Award for Outstanding Creative Achievement in the Visual Arts

Young-Min Kang
Young-Min Kang

Young-Min Kang, who graduated in May 2004 with a Master of Fine Arts degree in Studio Art, was awarded the 2004 Roy Crane Award for Outstanding Creative Achievement in the Visual Arts. Young-Min's works start out as large photographic images which are then digitalized and sliced into long ribbons or tubes, and then painstakingly reconstructed into complex and compelling three-dimensional structures. The awards committee was impressed by the ambitious nature of these visually and intellectually stunning pieces.

Award-winning Works

Interstate Junction
"Interstate Junction"
digital prints, 11'x15'x5', 2004

Hillerva's Faces
"Hillerva's Faces"
digital prints on pvc pipes, 10'x5'x5', 2004

Head Pasting
"Head Pasting"
digital prints on metal screen, 15"x11"x10", 2003

Head Scanning
"Head Scanning"
digital prints on metal screen, 15"x14"x12", 2003


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