위옆옆아래 upsidesidedown

Project Space SARUBIA, Seoul, Republic of Korea

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slightly out of tune, aluminium board, one board: 636 x 939 mm, Junji(korean paper size), 2015

Grids divide planes and make standard of the position. As a line doesn’t exist in our reality, the plane doesn’t exist either. Planes exist just as a layer in a space that we see. The terrazzo on the floor in Sarubia (Gallery) makes an invisible layer of aplane. Each tile is not of equal length, so the grid is uneven. This work is a line drawing on this plane. The line, which cannot be drawn, happens between the two planes of folded aluminium board. This line is the same length as the tile it is placed upon. The work is given three dimensions by it’s volume as a sculpture. In the two different dimensions coinciding at the same time, lines occur. Everything doesn’t really exist. They are just little accidents in a recognition world. The audience can sit and watch the exhibition, or they can go in to the theatre and experience the space. 

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Arpeggio/broken chord, 2015, A7,A5,A4,A3,A2,A1 paper size

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Project Space SARUBIA 24911cm,2015, color print on paper, A1 paper size