Connections

  • Artists:
    Gisoo KimYoungjik JungYoonji Kim
  • Date:
    16.2. to 14.4.2018
  • Venue:

With this exhibition, the Coelner Zimmer presents three artists of South Korean origin living in Germany. Even though her genres work completely differently, she combines one basic idea: the creation of new realities on the basis of given structures.

 

Thus, Gisoo Kim develops new latitudes of association through the sewing of her previously cut images, which abducts the viewer into surreal and meanwhile abstract worlds. Unconsciously following the poetry of her pictures, he cannot escape this imagination.

 

The artist duo Youngjik Jung+Yoonji Kim takes the buddisthic idea of the interaction of all forces and the connection of all things as the central theme. In this way, a loom or two rotating stones (stone clock) transformed into a musical instrument in their function as sound carriers are transformed into a tonal event which creates new realities and accompanies the listener of the performance into a surreal world of “new sounds”. Thus, for example, by weaving the sounds, sound images and structures are created which inspire us to recognize associative moments and contemplatively expectation-free we are captured by the new.

 

The two artistic positions complement each other wonderfully and correspond in their own way to the linking of structures. Each in your own way.

 

 

Connections

  • Artists:
    Gisoo KimYoungjik JungYoonji Kim
  • Date:
    16.2. to 14.4.2018
  • Venue:

With this exhibition, the Coelner Zimmer presents three artists of South Korean origin living in Germany. Even though her genres work completely differently, she combines one basic idea: the creation of new realities on the basis of given structures.

 

Thus, Gisoo Kim develops new latitudes of association through the sewing of her previously cut images, which abducts the viewer into surreal and meanwhile abstract worlds. Unconsciously following the poetry of her pictures, he cannot escape this imagination.

 

The artist duo Youngjik Jung+Yoonji Kim takes the buddisthic idea of the interaction of all forces and the connection of all things as the central theme. In this way, a loom or two rotating stones (stone clock) transformed into a musical instrument in their function as sound carriers are transformed into a tonal event which creates new realities and accompanies the listener of the performance into a surreal world of “new sounds”. Thus, for example, by weaving the sounds, sound images and structures are created which inspire us to recognize associative moments and contemplatively expectation-free we are captured by the new.

 

The two artistic positions complement each other wonderfully and correspond in their own way to the linking of structures. Each in your own way.