The logic of this work follows a less is more path: leaving to one side all accessories, concentrating only on the details and focussing its gaze on such apparently insignificant objects as used soaps. Employing a delicate aesthetic, tending towards emptiness and silence, Bohnchang Koo photographs each soap as a celebration of its singularity and its humble and shifting essence.
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