KIM Whanki’s “Four-Directional Composition”” 

“Four-Directional Composition”, which appeared in the mid-1960s, clearly revealed Kim’s diverse variations of picture composition. This was a composition scheme in which the four corners of the picture-plane were divided by lines or planes so that a cross shape would form naturally in the central section. Lines were crossed and expanded to make planes, while planes were divided and recomposed to give a sense of expansion, taking our view beyond the boundaries of the picture-plane.

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