Yang-Hee, Kim has been drawing flowers. Her flowers expressed by the thick brush strokes are very familiar images and we can feel the plumpness from the volume of leaves as like a feeling dropped from heavy pulp of tropical flora. The pollen is scattered in the wind. The lines like sticky liquid are drawn around the outskirts of the flowers. The gauzelike thin lines as a cobweb are tempting us to the secret room just like a spider's temptation while it builds its nest. Like sweet melody, these lines disperse and again soak into between around the running liquid, as if it is attracted by some powerful magnetism.
She has constantly sought for the variation of living things such as mutated flowers. So that the flowers in her works metastasize an insectivorous plant. The power being emitted from the deep of thick leaves is to feel very heavy for our eyes. It brings different feelings from the splendor, beauty, and tenderness associated with the subject matter of 'flower'. Her flower itself looks very light visually but it has hidden another inside.
The title of her works, 'Obsession', is 'a something to fascinate her'. These desire and impulse from her obsession permeate her body therefore she is drawing the flowers in the core of her works. 'Obsession' is not a ideology which reproduces the desire and impulse. But it is something deep to convey something visible, that is the destiny of living things to constantly transform to something invisible.