¶ Min Joung-Ki
The top right corner shows the valley and water running from the upper side of the mountain; the left side expresses a scene where water falling from the high Bibong Peak joins with the stream, in magnification.
¶ Pilar Mata Dupont
Mata Dupont has animated those monuments to play with utopian ideas of reunification, and the significance of the “embrace” as representation of the reunification in the South Korean national psyche.
Upon the site lie fifty human beings oscillating between consciousness and unconsciousness, life and death. Each of them emerges into the foreground clutching a fist, batting an eyelid, or weeping for his neighbor.
Somewhere along the border of Thailand and Myanmar lives a creature called Nok Phii (Ghost Bird) or there used to. Nok Phii feeds on other animals’ blood and even attacks human beings.
¶ Choi Sunghun + Park Sunmin
Electric cords create a unique impressive landscape of Korea. Most electric cords are entangled in a surprisingly complex way.We often witness magpies or sparrows perching on the lines. Considering the strong electric power flowing inside the line cover, the idyllic scene of the birds would soon turn into a risky play prior to an impending dangerous disaster.