Yayoi Kusama was here
AFTER BRILLO
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You begin with the possibilities of material”—Robert Rauschenberg
Andy Warhol painted Brillo Box in 1964. Everything in Modern Art changed completely once again. The project you are viewing is called “ After Brillo”. 
I’m mesmerized by grocery stores and colorful packaging materials.
In this project, I’m combining Pop Art & Neo Dada. I create small sculptures from re-cycled packaging materials, food and found objects. This project is a marriage between Warhol & Duchamp.
Art works are made entirely with pre-existent materials. My contribution is in making links, putting them together and taking photographs.
Familiar objects are transformed into unexpected strange but simple forms. They are surrealistic juxtapositions of objects. Reality is altered. They are no longer ordinary things.
Even though photographs are still life but they are not in traditional ways. They are flat and colorful. There are Matisse-like pattern-overlapping and deliberate shadows.  Horizon level is eliminated. Point of view is slightly above and slanted that gives viewer the feeling of cubist composition. 
With After Brillo, I’m exploring new visual language of art and perception of reality. At the end, I’m searching for the relationship between fine art and mass culture.
Bite Size
My Forgotten Birthday
NYC Skycrapers 
Fashion Model
Fish Belly
Hey! It is not what you think!
Wind Mills
Souvenir with Roy Lichtenstein’s dots
Oopsie! Christo & Jeanne Claude did my holiday wrapping!
My New Vase
Skinny Dipping
Veiled
Boxed Religion
Identity
Yoo-Hoo!!! Baby Booom
Belated Gift to my Ex!!
All covered
Cleaning my gums
Election Day
Erected
AFTER BRILLO
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