This installation art was reproduced as 16.3 meters wall-based with stones tied to cloth in a wooden frame along the three-sided wall of the gallery. Density is one of the fundamental concepts of my spatiality. It means not only the physical properties of the material but also the different spatial tension formed by them. The work, made of wood, stone and fabric, was inspired by the symbol in the sanctuary Dangsan that was located in most villages in Korea in the past. However, such a historical background is not recognized by visitors with non-Korean background. Instead, the audience is guided into the spatial experience experienced by the ancestors of Koreans in the past who first heard the installation.
Stone & Cloth in Frame III-IV, 2019(2020), stone, cloth and timber, dimensions variable. Installation view, Density, 2020, FeltSpace, Adelside.
Stone & Cloth in Frame I-IV, 2020, stone, cloth and timber, dimensions variable. Installation view, The Inbetwreen, 2019, Sauerbier House, Port Noarlunga.