Jung Hyeryun Solo Exhibition US2-Live Like Water

KINOSHO KIKAKU很高兴地推出郑惠妍个展US2-像水一样生活,从2023年3月10日(星期五)开始。 我们期待着欢迎你参加展览。

开放时间 上午11点至下午6点 *周一闭馆。




JHR has been creating material/non-material visual works with a special interest in the organic relationship that humans develop with their environment.
<US2-Live Like Water> is experimental research designed to remind us of the current situation facing humans and nature by visualizing the seriousness of water pollution through actual data and virtual media. The title of the work was inspired by Lao-tzu’s theory ‘Live Like Water’, which emphasizes the need to respect the inherent properties of nature and humans and is intended to explore the essential nature of water beyond its superficial, material reality.
The video image shows that the images created by pollution figures repeat combination and disassembly on the virtual web like a living organism, finding new ways to survive through self-imposed rules and meanings.
The work also implies that we have crossed the threshold of the hitherto unknown worlds such as the Anthropocene and Chthulucene.
Jung Hyeryun (born 1977, South Korea)
Major solo exhibitions include 《Treasure island》 (2020, Jinju rheesjmuseum Museum of Art, Jinju, Korea), 《Landscape of -1》 (2019, l’h du siege art center, Valenciennes , France), 《Serial Possibility-planet》 (2016, higure17-15cas, Japan) ), and participated in numerous domestic and international projects and group exhibitions, including 《Opening Exhibition of the Museum of Contemporary Art Busan》 (2018, Museum of Contemporary Art Busan, Korea), 《Kenpoku Art》 (2016, Fukuroda Falls, Japan), and 《Busan biennale –living evolution》 (2010, Busan Metropolitan Art Museum,Busan) participated before. She won the <1st Surim Art Foundation>(2017), <Winning a prize in KIMCHONGYUNG museum> (2012) ,
National Asian Culture Center (2022, Korea), l’h du siege art center (2018, France), Guandu Museum of Art (2013) , Taiwan) has participated in a residency program.