The upcoming exhibition TANGLED to convey different stories of the world from each individual artist – how they navigate in a complex network that is tied and nuanced to their own experiences. In this exhibition, audiences can see various works by artists from Hungary, the United States, Korea, the Netherlands, and Scotland. This exhibition will be the first time that works by Pécs Workshop which developed the Neo Avant-garde movement, Else Fischer-Hansen, and Gabriel Madan will be introduced to Korea.
TANGLED will be held at BAIK ART SEOUL at 74-13, Yulgok-ro 3 Gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul. Tangled will feature works by artists Elliott Hundley, Peyton Freiman, Andreas Emenius, Gabriel Madan, Byung Ok Min, Ferenc Lantos, Károly Halász, Sándor Pinczehelii, Lies Kraal, and Else Fischer-Hansen.
Civilization, and industrialization has altered the connection between humans, animals, and nature which led to the emergence of different issues. Artists in the past have approached the subject with dualism of mind and body as well as our historical memories attached to our lives. Constantly floating and entangled relationships is the keyword of this exhibition. The ten participating artists have visualized their response through their unique sensitivities.
Our life is an extension of entangled relationships – a perpetual affair with the nuanced compartments within the structure of this world. We conceptualize the meaning of the world in multiple ways depending on how we engage with objects, other outside of ourselves. For this inaugural exhibition, Baik Art Seoul is presenting an opportunity to encounter the entangled relationships of this world from slightly different perspectives and approaches.
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