Architectural sculptures by Korean artist Beomsik Won assembled from photos of diverse architectural buildings by various architects. The images are broken apart and put back together again in a complex process of deconstruction and reconstruction resulting in fantastical structures that Won states "are both similar and different to the organic romanticism of old cities built through the works of myriad architects, for they represent the artist’s subjective interpretation and decisions regarding various architects’ numerous designs." To him, architecture is a language that can be manipulated at will and offers a range of possibilities as an artistic medium.
Like collectors who arrange and classify their acquisitions with great care, artists analyze selected city fragments gathered from here and there and with them create their sculptures. What exist now as disparate structures are reborn as beautiful sculptures which retain their diachronic or synchronic histories, or else encompass it all.