Korean sculptor Lim Dong-Lak, who divides his time between Busan and Paris, creates large-scale stainless steel forms that occupy time as well as space and affect the light in their environs. Last summer, nine of his sculptures (dating from 1996 to 2009) appeared on the Lido outside Venice. Most of the works were shown on the esplanade that follows the roadway inland from the beach, though Point—Human+Space (2000), originally commissioned for the third Gwangju Biennial as a gateway sculpture, was visible from the docks where the various gondolas and water taxis come and go from Venice...see the entire article in the print version of July/August's Sculpture magazine.
Point—Fly II, 2005. Stainless steel, 205 x 135 x 205 cm. Right: Point—Mass IV, 2009. Stainless steel, 200 x 170 x 200 cm.