We focus on two ways in which our experience with boundaries are manifest. For the first project, we show how boundaries are created while individuals and societies form their sense of identity, and how they interact with one another in the presence of these boundaries. By using different layers, we reconstruct the ways in which we experience different levels of boundaries in order to invite the viewers to situate themselves in imaginary situations while engaging with their own experiences. For the second project, a boundary refers to a point at which two or more things of different nature touch one another and form a relationship.Boundaries are not real, but humans perceive them as objects. During this process of humans perceiving their own boundaries, individual differences occur. We constructed our own experiences and imaginations about boundaries in the room that looks like a building.
In modern society, people live in the midst of various forms of boundaries. There are a number of ways to look at boundaries, each following different set of definitions and belonging to particular domains. We strove to express these diverse ways in which we perceive and understand the boundaries that we encounter every day. We invite the viewers to relate their own experiences while looking at our work.
Country/Region Republic of Korea
Curator Heeyoung Son
Curatorial Team Yunmin Choi, Jaekyung Shin, Harim Park, Joungseo Choi, Sanghee Moon, Hyunjin Han, Jeongin Heo, Bokyeong Shin, Jihye Kang, Heeyoung Kwon, Geunhye Park, Juyeon An, Seunghyun Lee, Sungjae Kim, Donghyun Kim, Yuseok Seong, Jihyun Kim, Jiwon Lee, Soohyun Kim, Jinhee Park, Hyunhee Park, Jiyeon Hong
Artists Jaekyung Shin, Yunmin Choi, Harim Park, Mijin Lee, Hyunjin Han, Bokyeong Shin, Sanghee Moon, Joungseo Choi, Jeongin Heo, Gihoon Kum, Jihye Kang, Geunhye Park, Heeyoung Kwon, Juyeon An, Seunghyun Lee, Donghyun Kim, Yuseok Seong, Goomin Kang, Sungjae Kim, Jihyun Kim, Jiwon Lee, Soohyun Kim, Jinhee Park, Hyunhee Paek, Jiyeon Hong, Yesol Chae, Sunyoung Park