'Left screen' / Tamar Gordon
Sublime Seoul’s work explores the power of the subconscious mind, translated through her distinct meandering line aesthetic. Her work seeks authenticity within art, eradicating judgement in her practice to invite transcendental and figurative symbolism. She taps into the inner machinations of her mind, and its wanderous capabilities. Sublime Seoul aims to combine conceptual aesthetic, with feminist text and content. The basis of her work stems from her inspiration of the transformative and healing powers of art, physically and emotionally.
Her broad practice ranges from stickers, clothing to video installations, manifesting her style into all corners. It explores notions of intentional consumerism through her incorporation of functional things, challenging notions of public art, versus art seen in galleries.