Photo credit @studiopopopo

[ Windy House ]

Hi Kyung Eun

"It was full of wind, in the empty house.”

Urban space serves as a survival environment for living beings, but it is also the object of survival itself. By delving into the spatiotemporal anecdote of demolished buildings and places in the city where the artist resides, she explores the coexistence of vitality and void within them. While capturing the present of marginal and ordinary spaces through photography and memorializing their impending demise through the materialization of images, the work paints a portrait of the contemporary city. Through this process, the work digests the inevitable transience of the urban environment, questioning where its dynamic is heading.

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