The works of Eunsook Jung extract the essence of art from the direct elements of life. According to Gimmel, these works are the return from the reality to something aesthetic, which is a process that things incorporated in life existed for us turn into a self-subsistent object. The artist basically views the world and reflects the reality, with an intention to explore the origin of what it means to be human.
The flat color field expresses a utopia without random thoughts is an open method to establish the new form with embracing the past. It reveals the romantic property viewing the owner of one is very oneself, while defending oneself from numerous inferiority feelings and dwindling the desire for one’s delightful dream. The world is artificially constructed with an absolute shape and color by arranging unfolded everyday life and the transcendent or utopian fantasy in perspective. Away from the method holding one depiction on another, it arrays and schematize in a very simple way.