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Do Not be Shaken by even a Magnificent View: ‘Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening’
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2017/02/27

Image courtesy of GALLERY HYUNDAI
Performance by Kelvin Kyung Kun Park on the exhibition opening day

 

An invitation exhibition of three young artists had opened at Gallery Hyundai. ‘Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening’ from Dec. 7, 2016 – Jan. 15, 2017 concentrated points of various relationship and communication. The title was from a poem of Robert Frost in 1922, Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening.
Standing Workers No. 17 of Yang Jung Uk greeted the visitor at the entrance of gallery. Yang created kinetic sculptures with analog sensibility using wood, motor and thread and put a piece of independent narrative into them. The work gets life from others and runs by itself. The material of work varies from wire telephone to the blind. Kelvin Kyung Kun Park who works on film and video as artwork presented Stairway to Heaven that transmits opening performance in real-time with his previous videos. The actors of previous work staged as performers, perturbed the past (video) and the present (performance), and furthermore, overlapped three time zones of performance, performance video, and existing video. On the other hand, Seulgi Lee showed a mural based on the myth of rabbits of the Moon and blanket works inspired by proverbs with a sense of humor. It is much closer to three solo exhibitions. The correlation among artists and the curation barely stand out, but there was pleasure to see new works of young artists in the commercial gallery. Woo Hyunjung>

 

       
 
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