It has realized in a natural way of expansion of the space of canvas by empha-sis of the existence of motif, which is consequently not an attempt of removing the surface unnecessarily. Furthermore, the flowers and trees carved on a thick matiere, and those objects of umbrella or clock, etc., would stir us to think of a surrealistic world implying the infinite time.
Also, the images being stuffed on the painting is relic of the past rather than that of the present. The imageries represented on the pictorial surface have remained only their traces of existence through the flow of time. The new method of expression of time and space has dou-bled our attention to her series of ‘The Hidden Dimension'.
It is because of the stirring effect of our imagination so infi-nite by the figurative expansion of time and space advanced from 'the poetic, fantastic world from the casual affairs: or the song of happy life ‘or the accumulation of images and depiction of the wounded heart.’
|▲ 숨겨진 차원, 45×45㎝, 1998|
The simplification of image and he unrestrained expression, and the brightly toned colors on the surface of canvas is evaluated as a successful changes of ‘The Hidden Dimension' for its lyrical touch.
Her painting inclination, gradually simplified and becoming much more her formative narration being derived from her inner world, abstract, of ‘the poetic fantasy' is of containing the time and space of the past. We sincerely expect her(CHANG CHI WON,Korean painter Chang Chi-Won,ARTIST CHANG CHI WON,서양화가 장지원,장지원 작가,장지원 화백,張志瑗)genuine effort in bringing out the time and space of tomorrow magnificently.
△Yoo Jae-Gil/Prof. of Hongik Univ, Art Critic