BYOUNG HO. RHEE
Both in art and science, the concepts of symmetry and beauty are intimately intertwined. Indeed, the almost mathematical notion of symmetry is often regarded as the closest we can get to quantify the otherwise intangible and indefinable qualities that attract us to certain images, shapes, patterns or even music.
Symmetry and beauty effortlessly converge in the work (Acudala) of Korean artist Byoung ho Rhee. His distinctive style focuses on Neo-Surrealism photography with digital integration, manipulation and 3D modeling. He fully dedicated himself to photography after retiring from a thirty-year career at LG and Samsung as an electronic engineer and technical executive. This technological background has certainly left an imprint on his artistic language.
Byoung ho Rhee’s work (Acudala) invites us into a journey to the uncharted depths of perception.