Artist Enzo, who has been exploring three-dimensional objects in the concept of flatness, newly recognizes points, lines, and planes that are the basic elements of formative and closely connected to everyday life. What makes his work unique is the way he treats lines and faces in sculpture. Unlike artists who generally make three-dimensional sculptures, Enzo implements works from three to two dimensions. The colors most commonly used in Enzo's works are limited to achromatic colors such as white, gray, and black, and blue, but flowing rhythmic lines meet the minimal colors, bringing the space to life as if drawing a picture.


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