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Quantum Jump 2018 4 Artists Relay Show 《Kim Gemini – What Do Deer Eat?》
Period/ 2018.07.24(Tue) ~ 2018.07.29(Sun)
Venue/ Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art Project Gallery
2018.07.04 (Wed.)–2018.07.29 (Sun.)
Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art Project Gallery
Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art, Gyeonggi Cultural Foundation
Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art
Samhwa Paints Industrial Co., Ltd., Sandoll Cloud
The Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art will open the first exhibition of the Quantum Jump 2018 4 Artists Relay Show with by Kim Gemini. Artist Kim Gemini resided in a small-scale community for a fixed period to observe the daily happenings of people and through the exchange and study of local residents presented works consisting of archiving, publications and film. 《What Do Deer Eat?》 directly and indirectly projects the structure of relationship that forms a community through the food culture and form of existence of immigrants standing at a crossroads who departed their homelands for economic or political reasons and were forced to adapt to an unfamiliar environment. The artist, who exposes discourse of immigration from the most basic elements of life and joins it with residence and food intake as applicable to the food, clothing and shelter as needed for survival by man, also exhibits the journey of discovery through an installation of an archive-type objet that is linked to immigration and food culture.

‘Quantum Jump’ is a year-round exhibition formed by cooperation between the Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art and the Gyeonggi Creation Center to introduce new ventures of young artists. This year’s 《Quantum Jump 2018 4 Artists Relay Show》 will exhibit works by Kim Gemini who speaks of the identities of individuals and groups through a community network and research about modes of particular acts in daily life, Hong Jang-oh who visualizes the universe of the unknown, a subject of aesthetics, through combinations of unpredictable forms, Lee Ji-yeon who created a net with articles that are waste from currency to explore the world’s cyclical network and fluid values, and Kang Joo-ri who recreates abnormal forms caused by changes of plants and artificial environmental changes as a result of natural selection and environmental adaptation with pen drawing. Pieces of work that were completed during the artists’ stay at the Gyeonggi Creation Center will be exhibited on relay at the Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art Project Gallery from July 4 to November 11.
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