'360 degree view through media' extends the viewer's role from passive recipient to neutral onlooker or even to an active observer. Viewers confront a 360 degree sight of landscapes looked through the perspectives from Imjingak; Yeonmijeong in Ganghwado; Yongsan redevelopment area; and the site of the Admiral and the historical statue of Soonshin Lee in Gwanghwamun, Seoul, Korea. The artist throws in an underlying question to the viewers who became the independent observer on visually opposed ‘South and North’ ‘Generations’ and ‘Individuals and Groups’.
Hwayong Jung, Mantra
Body language and sound generated from digital object and human are permeated into the digital scenario, and gives birth to the new cycle of synthetic beauty. A traditional dance called Seungmu, which performs a human desire to overcome his suffering, presents dynamic and yet delicate movements, and its encounter with computer codes creates randomly but meticulously calculated images - a beauty created by human and images made by machine. Inside of endless communication between them, a new experiential form of vision and sound will be developed and provided.
Sungrok Choi, Stroll, Scroll and Sight
'Stroll, Scroll and Sight' narrates a human story of getting through sufferings, and the journey is described by multiple viewpoints which are invented from media history. Through a first person perspective of drone and second person perspective of computer game, audiences become a God, gamer and virtual ‘I’ in the artwork. The artist induces audience to experience the relationship among human, art and technology with their eyes, ears and body. Through these diverse interpretations, the artist unfolds a meditative story of human.