Capturing the emotions inspired by themes of displacement, language barriers and interpretation, the cinematic light sculptures of Korean artist Jung Lee take on a hauntingly beautiful quality as the scribbled, curling neon structures glow against dreamy landscapes. Having studied in the UK at the Royal College of Art, Lee has frequently looked to neon light sculpture in her work, having in the past relied on sentences loaded with sentiment that bring to mind the work of artists like Tracey Emin.
In her latest series from 2016, entitled No More, words are replaced by abstract squiggles against foggy snowbanks and beaches, drawing in the viewer with a certain calligraphic familiarity that is at once recognizable but impossible to decipher. Take a look at the images from No More and earlier work below. Images via One and J Gallery