Korea works

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    hannover0

    Customized Solutions (general view) | Digital prints on billboards in public space | In the context of the exhibition SCOPE – more to come , Hannover, 2016

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    hannover1

    Customized Solutions: Smart City Songdo | Digital print on billboard in public space | In the context of the exhibition SCOPE – more to come , Hannover, 2016

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    hannover2

    Customized Solutions: Prugio Valley | Digital print on billboard in public space | In the context of the exhibition SCOPE – more to come , Hannover, 2016

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    bxl0

    General view of the exhibition Terminal Stage (Hectoliter, Brussels, 2016)

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    bxl1

    View of the exhibition Terminal Stage (Hectoliter, Brussels, 2016): Shop till you drop, Business card of a Full Body Sandwich Man, Businessman checking smartphone

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    bxl2

    View of the exhibition Terminal Stage (Hectoliter, Brussels, 2016): Shop till you drop | Xerox print mounted on cardboard, polystyrene, foam material, wooden pedestal | 60 x 75 x 100 cm | 2015

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    bxl3

    View of the exhibition Terminal Stage(Hectoliter, Brussels, 2016): Business card of a Full Body Sandwich Man, Monolog, A Korean Notebook

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    seoul5

    Strip | Xerox print, partly teared off with tape | 112 x 84 cm | 2015

  • prugio

    prugio

    Prugio Valley | Xerox print, doubled | 84 x 112 cm | 2015

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    seoul3

    Sketches for new works in my studio in Seoul | Seoul Art Space Geumcheon, Open Studio Days, 2015

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    seoul4

    Sketches for new works in my studio in Seoul | Seoul Art Space Geumcheon, Open Studio Days, 2015

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    seoul1

    General view of my studio in Seoul | Seoul Art Space Geumcheon, Open Studio Days, 2015

  • seoul2

    seoul2

    General view of my studio in Seoul | Seoul Art Space Geumcheon, Open Studio Days, 2015

These works are based on image material which I collected during a three-month artist residency in South Korea in spring 2015. They aim to capture and transmit the specific atmosphere of the city of Seoul between excitement and exhaustion, attraction and tiredness. My research on this topic was inspired by the writings of South Korean philosopher Byung-Chul Han, who referred to his homeland as a “fatigue socity in terminal stage”.