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haegue yang jyi

haegue yang
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Justine Yi

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Me Basic Information Haegue Yang Born in 1971; lives and works in Seoul and Berlin
Born in Seoul, South Korea
In 1994 she got her Bachelor in Fine Arts at Seoul National University
Represented South Korea in the 53rd Biennale in 2009
She has exhibited at Portikus in Frankfurt and the Walker Art Center
She also participated in the 2008 Sao Paulo Biennial Sadong 30 August 19 to October 8, 2006
Incheon, Korea
Hanging light bulbs, strobes, chains of lights, mirror, origami objects, drying rack wrapped in fabric, fan, viewing terrace, cooler filled with bottles of mineral water, chrysanthemums and garden balsams (planted), wooden bench, wall clock, glow-in-the-dark paint, wood piles, spray paint Condensation June 6 to November 22, 2009
Korean Pavilion, 53rd Venice Biennale 2009
Explores private or hidden spaces that might be considered nebensãchlich (marginal or insignificant) but to the artist constitute profound backdrops for understanding: the vulnerable sites where informal development can occur. Using the metaphor of condensation, Yang seeks direct communication with unknown people through a seemingly intangible path of exchange, one that imparts nonfunctional yet ontologically significant information. Asymmetric Equality Redcat, Los Angeles (Site specific piece)
First solo exhibition in the United States
Yang's practice is rooted y the relationships between the past and the present in an attempt to conceptualize ideas of community, home, and subjectivity
Somewhere between presence and memory lies the potential and potency for a narrative
Works with non traditional materials that work to collasp the space between concrete and fleeting
Through abstraction and contemplates the possibility of arriving at some notion of universal equality through physical and censorial displacement Accommodating the Epic Dispersion – On Non-cathartic Volume of Dispersion November 9 to October 22, 2013
Haus der Kunst, Munich 2012
What makes us move? How does movement affect us? When do we feel moved? Is a movement mental or physical? When we migrate, do we lose our sense of home?
Depending on the angle of approach, the blinds appear either opaque, semi-opaque or completely transparent. The visual experience thereby is continually transformed, evoking comprehension and incomprehension. In the midst of this, Yang inserted a single standpoint at the rear of the space from where the whole installation can be viewed in a perfect half-transparency, while strong spot lights face away towards the main entrance. Storage Piece 2003/2009 in the LACMA Other Works Two Winters
Dec 1 – Dec 4, 2011
Art Basel Miami Beach,
M Building, Miami, USA The Art and Technique of
Folding the Land
July 29 - October 9, 2011
Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, USA
Arrivals
January 22- April 03, 2011
Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria
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