D MUSEUM presents Spatial Illumination

D MUSEUM presents Spatial Illumination—9 Lights in 9 Rooms, an inaugural exhibition introducing light art by leading international artists, to May 8, 2016.

The exhibition is comprised of nine separate rooms containing artworks encompassing a variety of genres, including installation, sculpture, video, sound and design. Arranged in the form of a progression from observation of pure light to direct experience of spaces designed to stimulate the senses, the nine works here all take light as their material, using it in a variety of forms and expressions and in combination with other sensory elements such as colour, sound and movement. Light is thus expanded into a medium of diverse properties.

Through this exhibition, D MUSEUM aims to show the potential of light to evolve as an artistic medium, offering new and unfamiliar stimuli to our consciousnesses and senses. By reawakening us to the meaning and quality of light, it demonstrates the possibilities of expanding from light that we “see,” visually and aesthetically, to light that we “experience” physically. With its nine distinct spectra created by light, and its experimental placing of viewers in control of new, spatial light, Spatial Illumination—9 Lights in 9 Rooms offers to open new horizons in light art.

Daelim Museum opened in 1997 as Korea’s first dedicated photography museum, based on a vision of bringing the everyday into the realm of art.



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Friday–Saturday 10am–8pm

5-6, Dokseodang-ro 29-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul

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Caterina Pinna

fonte: undo.net

fonte: undo.net