Paradox of Place: Contemporary Korean Art at Asian Art Museum, Volunteer Park - SAM - Seattle Art Museum
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Angel-Soldier by Lee Yongbaek

Angel-S​oldier (video still) (detail), 2011, Lee Yongbaek.


Noh Suntag

StrAnge Ball by Noh Suntag

the strAnge ball, 2006, Noh Suntag.

I’m an artist, activist, and a journalist.

Noh Suntag​


Lee Yongbaek​​​​​​​​​​​

Angel-Soldier by Lee Yongbaek

Angel-S​oldier (video still) (detail), 2011, Lee Yongbaek.

Art, as I see it, is about expanding ideas and perceptions.

Lee Yongbaek


Lim Minouk​​​​​​​​​​​

Possibility of the Half

Possibility of the Half (video still), 2012, Lim Minouk

Their sobbing made me feel like the nation is a huge theatrical stage, and I subverted the idea of media... This is a new news studio with solidarity.

Lim Minouk


Yang Haegue​​​​​​​​​​​

Female Natives by Haegue Yang

Female Natives No. 4 Lunar Calendar, 2010, Yang Haegue.​


Yee Sookyung​​​​​​​​​​​

Thousand by Yee Sookyung

Thousand (detail), 2012, Yee Sookyung.

I work in order to change myself.

Yee Sookyung


Jung Yeondoo​​​​​​​​​​​​

Bewtiched by Jung Yeondoo

Bewitched #2 Seoul, 2002, Jung Yeondoo.


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IMAGES: Angel-Soldier (video still) (detail), 2011, Lee Yongbaek, Korean, b. 1966, HD Video Projection, 23:14 min., Courtesy of the artist. the strAnge ball, 2006, Noh Suntag, Korean, b. 1971, pigment print, 29 15/16 × 39 3/4 in., Collection of National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea. Angel-Soldier (video still) (detail), 2011, Lee Yongbaek, Korean, b. 1966, HD Video Projection, 23:14 min., Courtesy of the artist. The Possibility of the Half (video still), 2012, Lim Minouk , Korean, b. 1968, 2 channel video projection, objects, Courtesy of the artist. Female Natives No. 4 Lunar Calendar, 2010, Yang Haegue, Korean, b. 1971, light fixture, light bulbs, cable, artificial plants, yarn, cord, 75 3/16 × 33 1/16 × 33 1/16 in., Collection of National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea, Photo: Nick Ash. Thousand (detail), 2012, Yeesookyung, Korean, b. 1963, ceramic shards, epoxy, 24K gold leaf, Courtesy of the artist and Kukje Gallery. Bewitched #2 Seoul, 2002, Jung Yeondoo, Korean, b. 1969, digital silver print, 62 5/8 x 51 9/16 in. each, Courtesy of the artist. ​​​​


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