Young In Hong: We Where

“Ishmael: Even the Gorilla Needs a Flower” and “One Gate between Two Worlds” by Hong Young-in (PKM Gallery)

UK-based artist Hong Young-in currently has her debut solo exhibition, “Young In Hong: We Where”, on display at PKM Gallery in Seoul, South Korea. She told The Korea Herald:

“I am interested in history. I never knew when I was in South Korea that I was living in an oppressive society in the 1970s and 1980s. Then I started to realize it was a suppressed and male-dominated society as I look back on the times from a distance, living abroad.”

“Collaboration is not about simply joining in to work together. I always think about the process of how my work could change by working with performers and master craftsmen.”

The exhibition runs until 26th February.

(via The Korea Herald)

Related to South Korean art: The polystyrene art of Chun Kwang Young

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