Connecting_Unfolding

MMCA - National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea
Curator: Eunju Choi, Richard Flood, Ann Gallagher, Yuko Hasegawa, Sook-Kyung Lee, Bernhard Serexhe, and Pooja Sood
Solo show
2013/2014, http://www.mmca.go.kr/

Exhibited Artwork

10.000 Moving Cities - Same but Different

Interactive net-based installation

Visitors can select any city or place, using a digital interface. About the chosen place, the Internet is searched in real time for latest text, image, video and sound informations. Four projectors and eight audio speakers project the results into the space. Visitors are able to walk through the model and experience the information in 3D. Attracted and inspired by images, sound, text and videos more …


Publication
Book cover white color, red text: Inauguration of MMCA Seoul

Inauguration of MMCA Seoul

MMCA | Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Seoul
Book hardcover, 561 pages
2014
English, 한국 (Korean)
CHUNG Hyungmin
ISBN: 978-89-6303-069-2
10.000 moving cities - same but different, Page 60 - 71 (PDF)Website MMCA

Birth of a Museum: Documenting the Construction of MMCA, Seoul
MMCA presents five special exhibitions on the occasion of her inauguration that anticipate the vision and direction of the new museum, introducing artworks by approximately 120 artists in seven disciplines. Connecting_Unfolding aims to advance into the heart of Korean art and into the hub of the international art scene; The Aleph Project symbolizes the future of MMCA Seoul as a platform for communication and a fusion of diverse genres of contemporary art; Zeitgeist Korea depicts the potential of Korean contemporary art within a historical context; Site-specific Art Project presents customized, large-scale site-specific installation works that fully utilize the museum’s spaces; and Birth of a Museum shows a diverse and holistic photographic documentation of MMCA Seoul’s construction process.

Connecting_Unfolding, the premiere exhibition of the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Seoul, is designed to accentuate art's ever-changing interpretation of and union with life, particularly in this era of disintegrating boundaries and emerging dimensions of convergence and synthesis between disciplines. The exhibition represents a fresh inquiry into the ways in which our individual values and ideas may erupt into the world, igniting communication and forcing us to reassess the value of art in any given era or society. In this context, a team of curators from six countries Eunju Choi, Richard Flood, Ann Gallagher, Yuko Hasegawa, Sook-Kyung Lee, Bernhard Serexhe, and Pooja Sood have gathered to select the seven participating artists: Tacita Dean, Kim Jones, Amar Kanwar, Marc Lee, Lee Mingwei, Kishio Suga, and Minha Yang. In the marvelous new venue of MMCA Seoul, built to represent the intersection of various concepts the traditional and contemporary, history and the present, society and art, the museum's inaugural exhibition focuses on the primary themes of "connecting" and "unfolding," incessant processes through which phenomena perpetually encounter and contact one another to enact new dimensions and possibilities.

Ions of convergence and synthesis between disciplines. The exhibition represents a fresh inquiry into the ways in which our individual values and ideas may erupt into the world, igniting communication and forcing us to reassess the value of art in any given era or society. In this context, a team of curators from six countries Eunju Choi, Richard Flood, Ann Gallagher, Yuko Hasegawa, Sook-Kyung Lee, Bernhard Serexhe, and Pooja Sood have gathered to select the seven participating artists: Tacita Dean, Kim Jones, Amar Kanwar, Marc Lee, Lee Mingwei, Kishio Suga, and Minha Yang. In the marvelous new venue

 

Timeline, not readable

Farewell New Media Art

China Academy of Art Hangzhou, China
Catalogue
2014
Chinese
Artistic Director: Gao Shiming, Concept & Curate: Li Zhenhua, Project Manager: Song Zhenxi
Understand New Media Art within the change of time and technology

 

 

 

 

skewed letters

Chinese magazine Art Times

Email interview Marc Lee
2014

Chinese/ English

Interview Marc Lee (PDF)

 

 

 

trees coverd with snow

November 2014 Special Issue

LandEscape Art Review, United Kingdom
Publication
2014
English

LandEscape Art Review, Marc Lee, Page 56 - 71 (PDF)

 

 

People walking around cubes

Schweizer Medienkünstler Marc Lee stellt in Seoul aus


DIGITAL BRAINSTORMING
Website
2014
Deutsch
Sternenjaeger


http://www.digitalbrainstorming.ch/weblog/2014/01/schweizer_medienkuenstler_marc.htmlPDF

 

 

Videowand mit 10000 Bildern, orange Schrift: Generation i.2

Journal Generation i.2 - Ästhetik des Digitalen im 21. Jahrhundert


Claudia Giannetti
Journal with colour ill
2013
Deutsch
Claudia Giannetti
ISBN: 978-3-00-043807-3
EDITH-RUSS-HAUS für Medienkunst

http://www.edith-russ-haus.de/shop/shop/publikationen.html



Exhibiton: Generation i.2 - Aesthetics of the Digital in the 21st Century
15.11.2013 - 16.02.2014
EDITH-RUSS-HAUS für Medienkunst, Oldenburg, Germany

Worldwide networking creates new, global aesthetic tendencies: that is the tenor of this exhibition. It presents a selection of outstanding key works by international artists of the five continents. The exhibition’s main objective is to take interim stock of the most prominent tendencies in contemporary art in the first decade of the 21st century whose works are directly or indirectly influenced by the new languages of digital media, social network cultures, and networking processes—both in a formal and conceptual as well as in an aesthetic sense.

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