Dialogue : Seeing and Being – Can You Tell Me the History How Korea Was Divided?

Dialogue : Seeing and Being – Can You Tell Me the History How Korea Was Divided?

2017 Changwon Asian art
Ohm’s law, Resistance
Exhibition Duration: 2017. 05. 25 ~ 06.04
Curator: Kim Jae-Hwan, Kim Na-Ri, Jang Gun Youl, Chong Jin Kyung, No Soon Chon
Changwon sung san art hall (Museum)

Dialogue: Seeing and Being – Can You Tell Me the History How Korea Was Divided? followed the assumption “Can one portrait bring us to…?” of the Dialogue : Seeing and Being ongoing project. This time, audiences who join the activity will be asked to share oral history toward a given question: “Can you tell me the history how Korea was divided?” The recorded voices were part of the installation in the exhibition. Exhibition included a set up platform with 8 cushions encircled the central still life or a skull allow audiences to participate the drawing. The result has created numerous animated images of the skull from 8 angles and 360° drawing images. A line of pencil sharpeners were set on a wall. The sharpeners’ ash boxes are open-ended, allows pencil ashes fall on the floor. The sharpening process here refers to knowledge and perception that we perceive from our experience; as time passed by, they can lead us to develop a better implementation for our life in the future.