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Science in Art
입력 2016.09.20 (14:12) 수정 2016.09.20 (14:28) News Today
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[Anchor Lead]

An exhibition has opened at the UNESCO headquarters that puts on display the works of two Korean artists. The exhibition is dedicated to science in contemporary art.

[Pkg]

A gigantic piece of art measuring 14 meters long and three meters tall depicts Korea's tragic history. The wrinkled hands of this woman who was forced to serve as a sex slave for the Japanese imperialist army represent her life of suffering. And this artwork consisting of a myriad colorful LED lights creates a dreamlike feeling.

[Soundbite] Natalie (Spectator)

This media artwork received rave reviews at the Venice Biennale last year where it was put on display for the very first time.

[Soundbite] Han Ho(Media Artist) : "I combined various digital effects with art paintings to create a completely new art genre of moving paintings."

These three-colored lamps symbolizing barbershops start moving when someone passes by. They also ask ten simple questions to promote understanding and emotional healing.

[Soundbite] Jeon Byung-sam(Contemporary Installation Artist) : "I was inspired by the idea that barbershop lights may have a secret and I wanted to unveil that secret through this piece."

The exhibition was organized by the UNESCO headquarters under the theme "Sciences in Art," and will run through September 23.
  • Science in Art
    • 입력 2016-09-20 14:13:17
    • 수정2016-09-20 14:28:31
    News Today
[Anchor Lead]

An exhibition has opened at the UNESCO headquarters that puts on display the works of two Korean artists. The exhibition is dedicated to science in contemporary art.

[Pkg]

A gigantic piece of art measuring 14 meters long and three meters tall depicts Korea's tragic history. The wrinkled hands of this woman who was forced to serve as a sex slave for the Japanese imperialist army represent her life of suffering. And this artwork consisting of a myriad colorful LED lights creates a dreamlike feeling.

[Soundbite] Natalie (Spectator)

This media artwork received rave reviews at the Venice Biennale last year where it was put on display for the very first time.

[Soundbite] Han Ho(Media Artist) : "I combined various digital effects with art paintings to create a completely new art genre of moving paintings."

These three-colored lamps symbolizing barbershops start moving when someone passes by. They also ask ten simple questions to promote understanding and emotional healing.

[Soundbite] Jeon Byung-sam(Contemporary Installation Artist) : "I was inspired by the idea that barbershop lights may have a secret and I wanted to unveil that secret through this piece."

The exhibition was organized by the UNESCO headquarters under the theme "Sciences in Art," and will run through September 23.
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