Shinduk Kang is widely known for her sculptures and on-site transparent fabric installation. Kang’s lenticular works not
only address the issues of sculpture but also expand the medium’s parameters through her own sculptural language.
It is difficult to know whether to place the lenticular work in the three-dimensional category. However, the images are intended to interact with the viewer like sculptures
Shinduk’s lenticular work integrates movement to its essence. As much as decisions about color and subject matter are important, movement is the story of the work and the reality when audiences encounter her lenticular work.