Aluminum Wire Wrapped Figurative Sculptures by Park SeungMo

Wire Wrapped Sculptures by Park SeungMo

Made of life-sized fiberglass casts and covered with aluminum or bronze wires, the sculptures of Korean artist Park SeungMo just beg to be touched.

Wire Wrapped Sculptures by Park SeungMo


Taking the human form, nude and clothed, SeungMo painstakingly hand wraps the casts with wire. The time consuming process yields a sculpture that uniquely reflects that light and whose tactile quality compels the viewer to want to reach out and touch the pieces.

Here’s a look at several of these works by the artist.

Park Soo Young, 2140 x 1700 x 800mm, aluminum wire, fiberglass life-casting, 2012:

Yu Hyeon Jeong, 925 X 490 X 350(mm), aluminum wire, fiberglass life casting, 2011:

On Myung Hee, 2040 X 2040 X 300mm, aluminum wire, fiberglass lifecasting, 2010:

Kim Tae Yeon, 1080 x 980 x 1250mm, aluminum wire, fiberglass lifecasting, 2010:

Wedding, 2600 X 2600 X 1000mm, aluminum wire, fiberglass lifecasting, 2009:

Han Hye Yeon, 1600 x 1510 x 1880mm, aluminum wire, fiberglass lifecasting, 2011:


Lie Sang Bong’s Dress, 2200 X 2200 X 1940mm, aluminum wire, fiberglass lifecasting, 2008:

Park Soo Young, 680 x 680 x 1460mm, Bronze wire, fiberglass lifecasting, 2008:

He also cast and wire-wrapped some well known sculptures in various forms, such as The Thinker, Venus de Milo and Buddha.

Auguste Rodin’s Thinker, 20 X 30 X 38mm, aluminum wire, fiberglass lifecasting, 2005:

Venus, 380 x 40 x 110mm, bronze wire, fiberglass life casting, 2003:

Venus, 380 x 40 x 110mm, aluminum wire, fiberglass lifecasting, 2004:

Buddha, 430 x 380 x 580mm, bronze wire, fiberglass lifecasting, 2008:

As they appear when shown in a gallery:

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