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Vision&Pespective 2018
Vision&Pespective 2018
  • Period 2018-10-26~2019-02-17
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Vision&Pespective 2018
Artist
Lee Chang-woon, Lee Han-sol, Lim Bong-ho, Heo Chan-mi
Intentions
Busan Museum of Art holds a regular exhibition of 《Vision & Perspective》 to discover and support young artists and to look at their trends of activities and cultural contexts. The exhibition has been held since the opening of the museum, and it marks its 14th anniversary this year after converting the annual event to a biennial exhibition since 2007. The exhibition 《Vision & Perspective》, which is an important stepping stone to the growth of an artist, offers not a theme-oriented exhibition but a time to see the present and expect the future of young artists, and to design activities of prospective artists.
Content
Based on the creative activities and materials of artists aged 35 and under, the exhibition 《Vision & Perspective 2018》, it is finally selected four artists after recommending and discussing them with the members of the curatorial office. Four young artists - Lee Chang-woon, Lee Han-sol, Lim Bong-ho, and Heo Chan-mi - explore and analyze the daily routine that people take casually and things that are considered to be a "right answer" as standardized, and raise questions. They repeatedly ask questions about the social system and the idea(ideology/tradition) that are dominated by the invisible, visually reproduce the reality, and present the artist’s agony facing the field and the reality. It is expected that finding, selecting, expressing and speaking familiar stories at the scene of life will stimulate modern people who become insensitive to norms, restrictions, oppression and external influences.
Artworks Count
28Works
Sponsor
Busan Museum of Art
Place
Busan Museum of Art
Period
2018-10-26~2019-02-17
Artist
Lee Chang-woon(1986~)

Solo Exhibition
2017 One Way Trip, Chunja Art Gallery, Busan, R.Korea
2012 On A Journey, Busan Citizen’s Hall, Busan, R.Korea
Group Exhibition
2018 Vision&Perspective 2018, Busan Museum of Art, Busan, South Korea
Art Squat Project AAA #6-Open Space & Guerrilla Exhibition .Rainbow complex, Busan, R.Korea
2017 2017 Busan - Hamburg International Art Exhibition ArtTory 112, The
former Bank of Korea, Busan, R.Korea
Dazzling Fantasy-Midway, Snow Mountain International Art Festival & Art Nova 100 GADP, Snow Mountain Art Village, Lijiang, China
2016 24th International Tannan Art Festival 2016, BB Plaza Museum of Art,Kobe, Japan
Chemical Reactions, Space31, Kobe, Japan
Uncertainty, Connectivity and Coexistence, Suwon Ipark Museum of Art, Suwon, R.Korea
Adventure of Daily Life, Museum of Kyungsung University, Busan, R.Korea
24th IInternational Tannan Art Festival 2016, City Hall, Takefu, Japan
2015 KUROSHIO ART FESTIVAL 2015, Nishinoomote , Japan)
Gangwon Environmental Installation Art Exhibition 2015, Baekrak Temple, Hongcheon, R.Korea
Restart&Reset, Changwon Asia Art Festival, Sungsan Art Hall, Changwon, R.Korea
2014 Going, Going, Untill Meet the Tide, Busan Biennale, KISWIRE Sooyoung Factory, Busan, R.Korea
2013 Open Studio, AoBliss Residency, LA, USA
1st Juwa Village Art Project, Juwa Village, Hebei, Cangzhou, China
2012 Communication and Harmony, DaesanArt, Changwon, R.Korea
2011 SUYA, BNK Gallery, Busan, R.Korea
Art work & Diary, Art Space Tetra, Fukuoka, Japan
Residency
2017 Snow Mountain Art Village, Lijiang, China
2013 AoBliss Residency, LA, USA
2012 DaesanArt, Changwon, R.Korea

Lww Han-sol(1989~)

Solo exhibition
2017 Impermanence Act_(open space bae_busan)
Imoogi’s shelter_(art district P_busan)
More polishing_(artertain_seoul)
Group exhibition
2018 Vision&Perspective 2018, Busan Museum of Art, Busan, South Korea
Altering Home_(21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art_Kanazawa)
2017 Local to Local in Taipei_(FreeS_Taipei)
Local to Local in buchun_(artformLee_buchun)
ART BUASN_(KISWIRE LTD._busan)
Firing point_(gallery DOT_busan)
AIR Open to you "Floating commons",_(open space bae_busan)
2016 Cross-sectional study of red concrete_(TL gallery_busan)
Pay attention to the practical room_(Kim’s art field_busan)

Lim Bong-ho(1984~)
Education
2014 M.F.A. in Fine Arts, Dong-A University, Busan
2010 B.F.A. in Fine Arts, Dong-A University, Busan
Solo Exhibition
2018 ( ) ( ) ( ) / Space heem / Busan
2016 Pruning; As tiring / ART SPACE - Alliance Française / Busan
2014 Truth of the Recording / Gallery Fine / Busan
Group Exhibition
2018 Vision&Perspective 2018, Busan Museum of Art, Busan, South Korea
2016 Mentoring, Shinsegae Gallery Centum City(Busan)
Interbreeding:From local politics, Open space Bae(Busan), Art forum Rhee(Bucheon), Art Storage(Jeju)
On Going Project, Kim’s Art Field Museum, Busan
2015 Artist Incubating Program Exhibition “Diplopia”, Open space Bae,Busan
For the Report, Baeg-yang Hall in Busanjin-gu Office, Busan
2014 Less is More / Busan Museum of Art Geumnyeonsan Gallery, Busan
Light | Site | Text | Concept | Green | Blind, / Miro Gallery in Busan Citizen Park, Busan
VISION’S VOYAGE / Gallery Palais de Seoul, Seoul
Screening
2016~Current 29.97 Media Art Screening, Busan Cinema Center Indie Plus, Busan
Collection
Museum of Contemporary Art Busan

Heo Chan-mi(1991~)

Education
M.F.A Department of Fine  Arts, Graduate School KyungSung University, Busan, South Korea. 
B.F.A Fine Arts, KyungSung University. Busan, South Korea.
Solo Exhibition
2018 Little David, Hongti Artcenter, South Korea
2017 Bare face of life,  Museum of Kyungsung University, South Korea
2016 The space of rule-home, Space Mandeok, South Korea
Group Exhibition
2018 Vision&Perspective 2018, Busan Museum of Art, Busan, South Korea
Art Squat Project A-A-A #6, The abandoned factory, South Korea
Art accent: zero, Bexco, South Korea
2017 The point source of light, Art space DOT, South Korea
Project Art Busan 2017, F1963, South Korea
2016 The study about cross section of red concrete, TL Gallery, South Korea
On Going Project, Kims art field museum, South Korea 
Residency
2018   Hongti Artcenter, South Korea
Work Introduction
Lee Chang-woon (1986~) has suggested the insensitivity of daily of modern people that infinitely repeats, since the series of which shows eggs moving in one direction along the rail. In a repetitive situation in which a creature is treated as an inorganic matter after mass production and ends up on the human’s dining table, the artist has set eggs as a medium reminds us of modern in the social system. Lee starts with the question, "Where did the eggs come from?" and brought a critical mind of "Why should they be like this, why do they live endless, repetitive lives?". As shown in the uniform system, the rails are installed on the ceiling and the floor, and the strong eggs which look fragile are placed on top of the rails to move in rows. The unremarkable repeated movement and context of the egg in work reveal itself to be an unusual repetition. The artist visualizes the routine at the same time as reminding the existence of a repeated life. The new film work that Lee is showing at the exhibition looks back on the purest and happiest moment in busy daily life, sets the subject as ‘chick,’ observes, and questions about the existence and discipline of life in the system, and trace the beginning. Lee Han-sol (1989~) explores the lives of modern people and the sources of sustainable life that continuously strive to meet the standards set out in social systems. Who is the main body of effort and why should we try so hard? Does it make us realize that the results of the effort, which is borne by the will of the individual, are perfect? In this day-to-day life, the artist continues to work with an interest in cleaning up accumulated hidden, negative emotions and lives. Recognizing that such intentions are still incomplete, it makes us realize that a life of repeating questions about existence should be valued as individuals, not by social standards. Infrared scanners and massage chairs are tools to keep up with the daily life of modern people who are exposed to fatigue.