Jaye Moon uses plastic toy LEGO blocks to construct the forms of her sculptural street art. Her series of typographical work placed around the city reads with sayings such as “Paradise Here” and “Somewhere Better than this Place,” expressing the artist’s interests in the new portable and instant lifestyles of urban living. By using this the LEGOs as her primary medium, the public is able to interact with Jaye Moon’s work by deconstructing or reconfiguring the mosaic like bricks — making them communal objects within the city’s landscape that can easily be picked up, broken down or rebuilt.
exhibitions with SMOA
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