<Familiar Questions, Unfamiliar Answers>, 2015, Seoul, South Korea
; project: art exhibition
The exhibition started with familiar questions but insist to end with unfamiliar answers.
We face to/run into endless questions in our lives. Yet the questions are so familiar that we don't even regard them as questions anymore. we are surrounded by the questions floating around that lost the unfamiliarness which is its very purpose in the first place. Quesitons make us explore, so we arent' stuck at limitaions and they lead us to fresh deviation, like unfamiliar answers.
The exhibition space is designed to create an unfamiliar experience to the audience. When the audience steps into the space, they immediately run into a giant installation which creates an uncomfortable/unfamiliar feeling. The display of art works start with drawings of unfamiliar and imaginary world on the world also with few installations. Following video installation and paintings, we place them in different positions so audiences can leave the exhibition with refreshing/unfamiliar point of view and different attitude to familiar questions.