Sui Park

Meeting Information
Wed., April 18, 2018 at 7 pm

Free for TSGNY’s Full, Donor, and Student Members. $15.00 for Newsletter Subscription Members and Guests. Admission fees support TSGNY’s Nancy and Harry Koenigsberg Award.

Meeting Location
Community Church of New York Unitarian Universalist 40 E. 35th St. (between Park & Madison Avenues), New York, NY. (Entrance at street level on the far right of the church itself; doorway marked #40.)



April 18: Sui Park
May 16: Michael James
June 20, 2018 -- MEMBERS’ SHOW (& Koenigsberg Student Awardee announced)



Thought Bubbles

Thought Bubbles

Sui Park, an artist and interior architect based in New York, was born in Seoul, Korea.

 “My work involves creating 3-dimensional organic forms, mostly in generic and biomorphic shapes,” she says. She uses mass-produced industrial materials that are “non-durable, disposable, trivial, inexpensive, and easily consumed”—e.g., monofilament and cable ties. Her forms suggest “transitions and transformations of nature,” but are also meant “to capture subtle but continuous changes in our emotions, sentiments, memories and expectations.”

Park had two solo exhibitions in New York in 2016: Playing with Perception at the Denise Bibro Fine Art Gallery in Chelsea and Garden of Humans at Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn.  More than 70 exhibitions in which she has participated include Dismantle the Core at Elaine L Jacob Gallery, Wayne State University, Detroit, 2017. Her sculpture SuiTable was acquired by Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon in Eugene. Her work has been published in print magazines including the National Basketry Organization Quarterly Review, Niche, and Textile Plus; she has received recognition in the Surface Design Association’s blog and numerous other online publications.

Sui Park was awarded an MDes in Interior Architecture at Rhode Island School of Design and a BFA in Environmental Design at Maryland Institute College of Art. She also earned an MFA and a BFA in Fiber Art at Ewha Womans University in Seoul.



The 6pm Pre-Meeting Program: Wrap it, Pack it, Send it. Easy? ... Yes!

Three members will share their experiences packaging and shipping fiber artwork.  Add to the lively discussion with a contribution of your own shipping do's and don'ts.

See you there!


If you have an idea or suggestion for an upcoming 6:00pm Pre-Meeting Program, contact Joan Diamond to discuss your presentation and available dates.