Infinite Elements under the Universe, above the Earth; Time and DNA
Infinite Elements is a sculpture that represents a gigantic creature that infinitely travels time in the past, present and future. The steel frame shaped as an infinite loop symbolizes time, a physical and environmental infinite element and the LED helix of DNA, a biological infinite element. The art piece as a whole embodies a living creature that continues to evolve in the endless loop. This folly combines an architectural sculpture as hardware and media art as software and finally comes to life as the body or hardware meets the soul or software. Infinite Elements is designed to show images in the LED strips covering the orbit of the endless loop, realizing a huge body of images in a streamlined shape rather than utilizing flat surfaces and straight lines. The folly is a living creature in the urban space that harmonizes with and represents the citizens.
|2015||Exhibition: Urban Menifesto Archive, Art Council Korea, Seoul, Korea/ Book Publishing: Re: thinking locality in architecture|
|2014||Exhibition: “Part to Whole” – MMCA National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea|
|2013||Exhibition: “Bilateral Theatre II” – Animamix Biennale at Daegu Art Museum, Daegu, Korea|
|2012||Exhibition: “Opening Chronometry” – Campus Pavilion at Ewha University, Seoul, Korea|
|2011||Exhibition: “Plis/Replis” – La Fabrique Sonore at Pommery Champaign factory, Reims, France|
|2016||Curated Han River Emotion. Seoul Architecture Festival. Seoul. Korea|
|2015||Curated Han River Emotion. Seoul Architecture Festival. Seoul. Korea|
|2013||Exhibition: “INTER. Act Reciprocity in Media”. BRIC Media Museum. Brooklyn. New York. US.|
|2012||Governor’s Island Art Fair Artist Selection. Governor’s Island. New York. US.|
|2011||Exhibition: “All-Light”. Digital Media. Seo Art Gallery. Brooklyn. US.|
Exhibition: “Anxiety and Desire”. Artgate Gallery. New York. US.
|2010||ACM SIGGRAPH. LA. US.|
|2008||ACM SIGGRAPH Asia. Singapore.|