줄탁동기 (啐啄同機) Yoon, Ju Dong
(2017. 5. 3 – 5. 9)


White porcelain made by Yoon is different from the existing porcelain which derives from abundant and generous images long ago. Yoon’s porcelain has been formed by white earth which is relatively rigider than white earth from YangGu (KangWon Province) which was used to long time ago. And it is an embossed carving on the surfacel, showed inlaying. It gives us serene feelings, therefore, it got its name Moon-Dish(Moon-Shaped Ware)

With Yoon’s moon hanging on the wall, it presents night, with letting down on the floor, it returns to daytime world disappeared moon. If the dish is filled with water on a horizontal level, it looks like a lake reflecting a full-moon. The surrounding of the dish at night as well feels chilly. When Moon-dish is full of water, it makes a silluette having irregularity like a castle, the moon becomes a shelter of life, a origin of the whole creation and symbolized tolerance. For that reasons, Yoon’s moon goes against gravity and it may be the most natural one among the artificial things. Spinning on a wheel makes something hoisted from the gravity world, flesh without born. His Moon-Dish is set on that point which can meet the meaning and concept.

If we invested white porcelain jar of The Cho Seun Danasty with civil popular value, Yoon’s Moon Dish, of itself, will be brought to the scheme of pluralistic symbol through aesthetic disparateness.