Art Inspired by Cell Division from Jiyong Lee #ArtTuesday
Working with glass as his medium, Jiyong Lee’s Segmentation Series takes cell division as inspiration. Here’s more from Art the Science:
I have been interested in stories and news of science and medical illustrations since I was a child. When my wife and I were expecting our son, I wanted to look at the biology book to refresh my memory on the process of cell development. I was amazed by the many aspects of the images of cells, including translucency, the simplicity of form, the complexity of structure, and their energy.
I am interested in learning more about the technical aspects of the mechanisms of the microscope and also think about the metaphorical meaning of observation from a microscopic perspective. The works I have been making are from my imagination and are inspired by microscopic images from nature.
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