Rear view: Kibong Rhee


Kibong Rhee, There is no place – Shallow cuts (2008)., originally uploaded by mxccuba.

Further to yesterday’s post, there’s been other good works and exhibitions at Southbank over the past year or so. Namely, Kibong Rhee’s metaphysical installation There is no place – Shallow cuts (2008) for APT6, employed light and vapor to conjure a sublime impression of morning fog that shrouded the silhouette of a dark sprawling willow tree. The misty dreamlike setting was reminiscent of a traditional landscape painting, except that the tree debatably turned very slowly; a mesmerising illusion.

Related posts:
Frustration be gone, April 11 2007
MoMA: Casual Friday Shopping, January 25 2007
Museo Rufino Tamayo, December 2 2005

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