• “Teum: Single-Channel Video”

    Artsonje Center

    Teum” has multiple meanings in Korean—interval, crevice, opening, leisure, estrangement, opportunity—and as part of the exhibition’s title, it suggests a certain ambivalence toward the prevalent use of video by Korean artists. “Teum” showcased three young artists working in single-channel video—Hwa-Young Park, Hyun-Suk Seo, and Sung-Min Hong—and presented both individual works as well as a joint project made specifically for the Artsonje Center.

    The collaborative video installation was titled Ppachida, Ppachida, Ppachida (Fall, fall, fall), 1998. In a large, darkened room, three monitors

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