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IV. Open Studio (2015) Key words and Images
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The Quantum Guide - Search for the Higgs Particle


Originally the following materials were written two years ago.
I am reloading it again adding new supplements of the scientific facts and personal views evolved.
Since it relates directly to the evolution of my works created in between Seoul and New York so far as it concerns.


2011.06 23,


<....> 2011, 06 21

The following paintings are related to a study of an epistemology
focused on the analysation of nature;
the nature of hypermedia empirical recognition
and its adaption to transform them into the concrete visual form and its metaphoric languages:

(1) Regarding to the non-linear structural planes, membranes, and planar form ;
(2) In the processes of constructing the continuing resolutions of passages and orbitals;
(3) Deconstructing and Reconstructing 'A Synthesis of Opposites'.
It is the whole body and a series of interpretations and the expressions of the wanderings of live.:
the concrete evidences of the absurdities and uncertainties of the temporal reality .

Fig. 1: Probability densities corresponding to the wavefunctions of an electron in a hydrogen atom possessing definite energy levels

(increasing from the top of the image to the bottom: n = 1, 2, 3, ...)

and angular momentum (increasing across from left to right: s, p, d, ...). Brighter areas correspond to higher probability density in a position measurement.

Wavefunctions like these are directly comparable to Chladni's figures of acoustic modes of vibration in classical physics and are indeed modes of oscillation as well:
they possess a sharp energy and thus a keen frequency.

The angular momentum and energy are quantized, and only take on discrete values like those shown
(as is the case for resonant frequencies in acoustics).
Excerpts from Quantum mechanics ;Wikipedia,

The Uncertainty within the Certainty:

(1)기운생동(氣韻生動, Encircling Rhythms and Energies )
(2)극소(極小,Quantum world),
(3)극대(極大,Macro World),
(4)종(縱 Orbitals Vertical),
(5)횡(橫, Passages Horizontal)

About these elements several questions come to arise;
How are these elements directly related to my painting ? :


(1)-2(골법용필(骨法用筆 );

Now It's time to discuss about:
the Usage of the brushes and tools:
the Passages and Orbitals in the formation of the Grids and planes and membranes; on the empty and silent space.

Kyu nam han (1984), "Dynasty". 72 inch X 96inch, Oil on Canvas, Tenafly, New Jersey.

What's existing in the world of 'Betweens'? The grounds, voids. silences. Do you see nothing there?,

Existing between the acoustics of the sounds and the 'visual worlds';
The encircling energies of the plastic elements;


(聽覺的)(視覺的要素)(造型的要素) As the spacetimes in color, line, form,textures deconstruct the base of its own esthetic rules and principles the silence remains in betweens. (餘白, 虛, 空, 無, 沈默) :
In the Betweens of the quantumn worlds;
In the 'Betweens' of the structures of sounds and the pictorial Images :
Given the phenomenologies of such contradictions
as the incompatible absurdities, uncertainties are inevitably occurring
the element encompassing our sense perceptions stays in a state of transient moment ;

Some trajectories of a harmonic oscillator (a ball attached to a spring) in classical mechanics (A-B) and quantum mechanics (C-H).
In quantum mechanics, the position of the ball is represented by a wave (called the wavefunction), with real part shown in blue and imaginary part in red.
Some of the trajectories, such as C,D,E,F, are standing waves (or "stationary states").
Each standing-wave frequency is proportional to a possible energy level of the oscillator.
This "energy quantization" does not occur in classical physics, where the oscillator can have any energy.


As the plastic acoustics shifts from the plateaus of plastic spacetime encircling rhythms to the plastics itself
and as the instruments of the visual art
keep shifting in silence from the pictures of landscapes to the linguistic plateaus of the intentionalities.
The discrepancies in the mimics of the world of' the betweens'therefore is the world of voids and silence
where no propositions can be put.
This is the moment of entering into the new world of;
(3) Transcendences :(4) Transmuting temporalities of the courses;
breaking up its linear relations: in order to create new realm of the work of art, the creatures, the transmorphers(?);
which is transient in nature within the historical contexts of the formalism:(5) Transformations ;
in the Nietzschean terms,
the pure new stem cells and its genetic original forms in search of the styles:
of the synthesis of the opposites ;
Everythings of the existing properties on the canvas should go together in one hand;
the temporalitie of seeing, hearing, acting, thinking should be under the equilibrium encircled on the other hand.
The formal experiences and experimentations follow and come to the point after these processes...

Art is consequently a culmination of the highest human existence and experiences as many thinkers noted.
Schopenhauer and Nietzsche, Wittgensteins Heideggarian visions are the cases
since within the western thinkers mind there are many common conventional esthetic grounds
being found with its homogeneity of the Eastern thoughts and views to be converging in their horizonline...

We global artists can only act within the realm of his or her own individual work of art whatever it is: the pristine world.

Probability density in a position measurement.

Wavefunctions of the vibration in classical musical acoustic modes are indeed modes of oscillation in plastic visual elements as well:
they possess a sharp energy and thus a keen frequency depending on the encircling color dynamics.

The angular momentum and energy are quantized, and only take on discrete values like those shown
as is the case for resonant frequencies in acoustics;

Kyu Nam Han(1984), "Dynasty". 72 inch X 96inch, Oil on Canvas.

Kyu nam han(2011) Acrylic on canvas,,'Kyong Bok Palace' 258 cm x 161.5 cm. Jayang Studio

Seoul Metropolitan Museum of Art Collection
서울 시립미술관 소장,


아트앤 컬랙터 팔래드 서울 특별상 한규남(회화)
-한국적인 미로 표현된 자유로운 이상과 현실-

Kyu Nam Han, 'Central Park Boogie Woogie' (2010), 82x 100cm

2011, 06 23.

Early In the morning :
3 consecutive phone rings awoke me up:
The first call was from the Gallery Palais de Seoul informing me that
I was nominated and won the' Art and Collectors Award 2011': Palais de Seoul Award
by the board of the Jurors and members of the critics.


Anne French
Kyu Nam Han(2011),'Secret Garden', AC, 80 x 100 cm

Kyong Bok Palace
A roof top view from the 'Gallery Palais de Seoul'
경복궁 서촌 통의동 '팰레드 서울 갤러리' 신 문화공간


KyongBok Palace :경복궁 향원정

2011, 06 16

The following images are Kyu Nam Han's recent paintings relating to:

' the Quantum world and the Art of Painting'.
Certainty within Uncertainty,
Passages, Hybridity, Grid.
Figure Ground, Void,
Ambivalency of the Opposites.
Images and Structure,
Languages and Being...

(1)Kyu Nam Han: Skyline Manhattan from the Crane Studio
(2008) Medium: acrylic on canvas Size: 35 3/4 x 45 3/4in
[Lot 1128 Sale: Modern and Contemporary Art... Auction House: Bonhams New York ]

(2) 'Times Square from above'

KYU NAM HAN: (2008) Medium: oil on canvas Size: 28 1/2 x 36in (72.4 x... Signed
Lot: 1160
Sale: Modern, Contemporary and Latin...
Auction House: Bonhams & Butterfields, Los Angeles Nov. 17, 2009

(3) 'Times Square at 1:45pm'

KYU NAM HAN: (2008) Medium: acrylic on canvas Size: 28 3/4 x 35 13/16in... Signed
Lot: 8058
Sale: Modern, Contemporary Art and Latin...
Auction House: Bonhams & Butterfields, Los Angeles

(4) :'Venice Grand Canal '

Lot Description Dimensions: 15.75 X 11.81 in. Medium: acrylic on canvas Creation Date: 1998
Sale: Modern, Contemporary, and Latin... Auction House: Bonhams & Butterfields, Los Angeles

KYU NAM HAN (1998) Medium: acrylic on canvas Size: 30 x 40in (78.2 x 101... Signed
Medium: acrylic on canvas Size: 30 x 40in (78.2 x 101... Signed
Lot: 72
Sale: Modern, Contemporary, and Latin...
Auction House: Bonhams & Butterfields, Los Angeles

(5) 34th Street
KYU NAM HAN: (2006) Medium: acrylic on canvas Size: 46 x 35 1/2in (117 x... Signed
May. 05, 2008
Lot: 77
Sale: Modern, Contemporary and Latin...
Auction House: Bonhams & Butterfields, San Francisco

(6) Coaches on 58th Street '

KYU NAM HAN: acrylic on canvas Size: 28 1/2 X 75in (72.4 x...
Lot: 78
Sale: Modern, Contemporary and Latin...
Auction House: Bonhams & Butterfields, San Francisco

Excerpts from.www.schuelers.com/ChaosPsyche/part_1_30.htm - Cached - Similar 'Quantum Unpredictability'

The physicist Richard Feynman (1988) stated that quantum theory can be used to explain all of our physical world except gravity.
It has been proved over and over to be a successful theory.
However, when it comes to understanding what quantum theory says about our world, he acknowledged
that “my physics students don’t understand it ... I don’t understand it. No-body does” (p. 9).

There is no agreement in the scientific community as to what is really going on in the microscopic world of quantum mechanics (Herbert, 1985).
There is agreement with the results of quantum experiments and observations. The problem comes when those results are interpreted.
Herbert (1985) lists eight different interpretations of our world, all based on the same experimental results:

1. The Copenhagen Interpretation #1. There is no deep reality. Our physical world is real enough, but its quantum foundations are not real (Segrè, 1980).
This interpretation was favored by Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg.
2. The Copenhagen Interpretation #2. Reality is created by observation. The world has a phenomenal reality, but we each create our own reality through our observations (Wolf, 1984).
John Wheeler’s famous maxim states that “no elementary phenomenon is a real phenomenon until it is an observed phenomenon” (Herbert, 1985, p. 18).
3. The Undefined Wholeness Interpretation. Quantum wholeness suggests that everything is inherently interconnected.
This connection is unaffected by time or space. Adherents include David Bohm, Fritjof Capra, and Walter Heitler.

4. The Many-Worlds Interpretation. Reality in an increasing number of parallel worlds.
Every possible outcome of every decision actually occurs, but it does so by splitting off into new, parallel universes (Wolf, 1988).
Formulated in 1957, by Hugh Evertt, one of its chief adherents today is Paul Davies (1980).

5. The Quantum Logic Interpretation. The world obeys a reasoning which is non-human.
In the same way that Einstein’s relativity requires a new way of logic from the old Newtonian universe, so the quantum world requires a new logic in order for us to understand it.
Its chief adherent today is quantum theorist David Finkelstein.

6. The Neorealism Interpretation. The world is composed of ordinary objects and is ruled by logic and reason and order.
The champions of this view were several pioneers in quantum mechanics including Albert Einstein,
Max Planck, Erwin Schrödinger, and Prince Louis de Broglie.

7. The Consciousness Creates Reality Interpretation.
In this view, it is not enough to observe phenomena, such as a camera or recording device,
but the observer must be conscious.
Adherents include Nobel laureate Eugene Wigner and the famous mathematician John von Neumann.

8. The World as Duality Interpretation. The world consists of potentials and actualities.
Our everyday world is real, but atoms and subatomic particles only exist in the form of possibilities.
This interpretation was described by Werner Heisenberg.

Each of these explanations or interpretations of the quantum facts has adherents,
but only the first two (two versions of the Copenhagen Interpretation) are generally accepted by physicists.
Whichever view we accept, our deterministic world no longer seems so predictable:

Not only does quantum theory deny the standard idea of objectivity but it also has destroyed the deterministic world view.
According to the quantum theory, some events such as electrons jumping around atoms occur at random.
There just isn’t any physical law that will ever tell us when an electron is going to jump;
the best we can do is to give the probability of a jump.
The smallest wheels of the great clockwork, the atoms, do not obey deterministic laws.” (Pagels, 1982, p. 64).

At the quantum level, our world is indeterministic.
Our comfortable world of causality disappears when we make observations into the atom.
Wolf (1984) writes:
My study of quantum physics made me realize that it is a psychological science as well as a physical one.
This realization followed from the fact that the observer had a dramatic effect,
as a result of choosing what to look for (the principle of complementarity),
on the results of his or her observations.” (p. 6)

Bohr’s principle of complementarity says that
“two magnitudes are complementary when the measurement of one of them prevents the accurate simultaneous measurement of the other.
Similarly, two concepts are complementary when one imposes limitations on the other” (Sergrè, 1980, p. 167).
This principle, and Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle,
which says that we cannot measure both the position and momentum of a subatomic particle simultaneously, are two major limitations placed on reality by quantum theory
. Bohr used this principle to explain the dualistic wave-particle nature of light (Sergrè, 1980).

The Greek letter psi (Q) is used in quantum theory to represent the wave function of a particle,
a complex function of the particle’s position, momentum, energy, spin, and angular momentum.
In short, everything that we can possibly know about a particle is inherent in its wave function - each of these qualities is called an observable.
This is mathematically expressed for position as Q(x) where x is position.
For each position x, the wave function has a specific value Q(x),
which defines the amplitude of the particle at position x.
The wave function Q, is called the quantum state and it is a collection of all possible positions for the particle (Penrose, 1989).
Of course, when we measure any particle’s position, we will only get one value - this is the famous quantum measurement problem.
The same is true for all other observables of a particle.

At the quantum level, particles behave as waves with amplitudes that can be accurately described by their wave functions.
When physicists try to determine what is going on at the quantum level,
they must convert from amplitudes (certainties) to probabilities (uncertainties).
The physicist Max Born showed that the quantity Q2 is a measure of the probability that the particle will be near any position x.

2011, 06 12

In the beginning
I am going to introduce you a few films on the following issues;
' The Connectivity Between the Quantum World and the Art; the Grid, Passages and Voids.'

An Introduction to
'kyu nam Han's paintings' as they are related to the subjects.

English translation will be gradually added as the text materials are supplemented.

(1)Philosophy of Quantum Physics, No BS | 1. Stern-Gerlach Exp.

kyunam Han(2011)," Sam Chung Park", Lotte World Hotel, Jamsil Emerald Hall

(1)Philosophy of Quantum Physics, No BS | 1. Stern-Gerlach Exp.
(2)Connection Between Quantum Physics and Consciousness


(3)*Quantum Physics* The Reality As You Know It Does Not Exist
(4)*Quantum Physics* Welcome To The Matrix

Kyunam Han (1999-2010), Autumn Leaves 59st


Kyu nam Han(1986-1987),'Four Seasons I(1986-1988)', Oil on canvas 68" x 200"

Kyu nam Han Studio ,Jayang Dong (2011)

'Four Seasons I(1986-1988)', Oil on canvas 68" x 200"

'Four Seasons I(1986-1988)', Oil on canvas 68" x 200",in Detail

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Kyunam Han(1999-2010)

Kyu nam Han (2008-9), 'Jackson Avenue' Long Island City. Acrylic on Canvas.

Kyu Nam Han(2008), 'Venice' A tribute to Cezanne and Braque'
Masters mind always lies in the Void part of Nature.
A Quantum World .
A certainty within uncertainty
passages and grids

Kyu Nam Han (2011), Works on Progress

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Kyu Nam Han(2009)

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Kyunam Han (2008), 'Ritz Carlton toward Plaza Hotel Central Park South', Acrylic on Canvas . 80F. Jamsil Studio,

2011, 07-27




An Award Ceremony

Kyu nam han(2011) Acrylic on canvas,,'Kyong Bok Palace' 258 cm x 161.5 cm. Jayang Studio

Seoul Metropolitan Museum of Art Collection

2011, 07-20

'Itawon News' Publisher Mr. Michael Jun, '이태원 뉴스' 발행인 전경수 회장

We have been thinking about more seriously on the following subjects;

(1) K POP
(2) K ART.
(3) K Artist
(4) K Artist Project

Are there any such things existing in Korea?

What on earth is it?
What is K?

How do we define it?

What do we mean by that?
In seperation to what?


We will talk about it later.
Let's go for it,
to find out.

최치림 한국공연예술 이사장, 이선엽 팔래드서울 대표, 한규남작가., 김종근 K-ARTIST PROJECT 감독)




You are invited : Be with us for an opening tonight:


이선엽 팔래드서울 대표, 가수 조정란, 한규남, '이태원 뉴스'발행인 전경수 회장

김종근(미술 평론가, K-Artist Project 감독 아트앤 컬랙 발행인),고충환 (미술평론가,심사위원),김지희 편집팀장, 정나연기자. '아트앤 컬랙' 선정작가 16명

최치림 한국공연예술이사장 , 한규남, 이선엽 신영커뮤니케이션 대표. 사진이 전송되는 데로 추후 스케치

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233   2016 Quantum Painting: TMS + CFP ^Q^   1446 16/10/05
232   IV. Open Studio (2015) Key words and Image ^Q^   2418 16/07/22
231   Open Studio (2015)III ^Q^   2214 16/09/19
230   Open Studio Pamplet (2015) II 정리중입니다 ^Q^   2110 16/09/19
229   Studio Opening 2015 New Rochelle (2) ^Q^   4976 16/07/22
228   Open Studio 2015 Pamplet (1) 정리중 ^Q^   4328 16/08/04
227   Seoul Lake Palace Studio at Lotte: A Poli ^Q^   4960 16/09/19
226   A Concept of the Revolution :the Limits ^Q^   3808 15/08/23
225   Nano, Real, Astro in between the worlds: B ^Q^   8268 16/11/01
224   Going Back to the Beginning of the Time [1] ^Q^   5469 13/08/25
223   Synesthesia.. I hear what I see in my mind [1] ^Q^   15432 16/08/04
222   A Spring Waltz in Betweens; New Rochelle [7] ^q^^g^   5210 15/08/25
221   New York and Seoul: in Between [3] ^Q^   41841 15/08/25
220   Jang Chung Dong Paintings ^Q^   5630 13/03/12
219   The Brief Sketches of Preview Opening ^Q^   7102 13/02/25
218   Kyu Nam Han talks on Kyu Nam Han's Painti ^Q^   67246 13/02/03
217   Kyu Nam Han's Works On Progress in Seoul ^Q^   6712 14/06/12
216   New Oil Paintings :The Three Metamorphoses ^Q^   7132 13/01/30
215   New Paintings of 'Times Square' in Seou ^Q^   5230 12/11/25
214   The Villages of Northern Bank of Seoul H ^Q^   9854 14/09/15
213   2012 Thanksgiving Day in Seoul, Bongsan Gu ^Q^   6277 12/10/17
212   The Converging series KIAF 2012 [1] ^Q^   6819 12/09/30
211   East West Institutes for the Arts (1) ^Q^   8404 13/09/13
210   East West Institutes for the Arts and Kore ^Q^   9188 12/08/23

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