It turned out an amazing one night exhibit! The work was produced in two weeks of their visiting artist residency program. One of the artists ‘Enuk Lee’ collaborates with another Nepali Artist ‘Prabod Shrestha’. Prabod wrote a poem on Enuk’s work. The exhibition was open to the public for a night and it incorporated live music, drinks and dinner.
Thank you all people who joined the show! Thank you Marta DG, Flekke and the BAC team to put things together!
About the artists:
Eunuk Lee (1981)’s artwork is built on a diverse, curated visual drawing. Though always squarely in the realm of drawings, Lee’s series vary geometrically in the subconscious and aesthetic qualities. Considering its mathematical expressionistic requirements and conditions, she reflects on the unique mark and its proportion, interacting the modular canon that is intrinsic to the act with an artificiality contrived according to parameters known only to herself. Using elemental pens, ruler, protractor as her tools, she applies the line vigorously, sometimes shaping on her own style, symbols of the eye(=icon) it in parts. Eventually, the composition is fixed on the broad expanse of the maze world. She featured her artworks including 2018 Membrane Eye(solo show) Space BA & SEOFAC in Korea, 2017 Magic Fish(solo show) Space BA in Korea, 70 OIS Reindeerland Festival in Islands, 2007 Video Cuts in UK, Sweden and Spain. She also joined the Takt Artist Residency program in Germany.
Chosun Hong, Since studying audio engineering in Germany, Chosun Hong has engaged in sound-based work including collecting, recording, composing and directing, in fields as diverse as fashion runways, film, various performances, and exhibitions. She has worked as a collaborating sound artist with performance and media artist Min Oh, lectured at workshop programs led by choreographer EunMe Ahn, NEXON Korea, Chungang University and served as sound director for several independent films, In 2017, her sound installation was featured at Plastic Fantastic, a research-based exhibition on various aspects of plastic held at D MUSEUM, Seoul. Hong currently serves as sound director and composer at Schokobaum, Kino Post (Film Post Production), Studio EASY.