Invisible Sculptures (보이지 않는 조각들, since 2018is a series of sculptures that can be only seen by senses other than sight. The project explores a more sensory inclusive view of the world while questioning the meaning of “the art object” by challenging sighted people's dependence on vision through immersive multi-sensory experiences. The project is also a celebration of diversity evidenced by our biological, social, and cultural backgrounds, as well as the diversity of our perceptions. The sense of vision doesn’t help you to see Invisible Sculptures–because of this, visually impaired people and people with sight are on equal terms when they encounter these sculptures. To learn more about the project, read my article published on the Adjacent journal or watch this interview video from my solo exhibition.

Where can I experience the sculptures?
You can visit my studio at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York to experience some. Email me at for a visit.
If you’re in Korea, you can experience the series at the Clayarch Art Museum until August 31, 2021.

Recent/Upcoming Shows:
July 17 – Dumbo, Brooklyn @ The Six Foot Platform, presented by Brooklyn Arts Council & Dumbo Improvement District
June 26 – Central Park, NYC w/ Museum of Arts and Design (Invisible Sculpture OnWheels)
April 2 ~ August 31, 2021 – A solo exhibition dedicated to the Invisible Sculptures series, at Clayarch Art Museum in South Korea
May 14 ~ 16, 2021 – Art in Odd Places in NYC (Invisible Sculpture On Wheels)
May 7, 2021 – Seoul Foundation of Arts and Culture, South Korea
March 2021 – GimHae, South Korea (Invisible Sculpture On Wheels)
November 2020 – Tompkins Square Park in East Village, NYC (Invisible Sculpture On Wheels)

Yeseul Song