Jin Cho Youn
First showing, Uppsala Museum, Sweden
The work used audience participation to build a stamped drawing on both the walls and freestanding forms throughout the length of the show, which lasted for 5 months. The images on the stamps are based on the ‘Sticklebrick’, a child’s toy that can appear both cellular and architectural and has inherent in its structure the possibility of multiples. It is thus made to be in a state of flux through imagination and a vast permutation of construction possibilities.  The stamps are seen both as drawing tools and as sculptural objects and as such work either through interaction or as still objects that have the potential of activity within them. The show included laser prints, 27 stamps and an Inkpad.

A selection of related drawings can also be seen in Stickle Drawings section.