Sometimes, a form of performance/video art can deliver more impact on people's psychological level compared to any other type of arts. Our last 4482 Artist Talk session will spotlight a performance artist, Seulgi Lee Kang.
We are pleased to introduce her to you and hope you can come along to hear more about her and her artwork at Korean Cultural Centre UK!
Seulgi is a performance, video, installation artist born in South Korea, and she express circumstances surrounding a moment, where she is, she uses 'mundane' objects and materials to create nuanced performance films that are informed by poetry, history and human emotions.
Kang's work deals with breaking down the simplicity and complexity of the 'every day', which, as so fundamental and common or uncommon, can be overlooked. Through the variation of 'every day', she questions our environment, the rudimentary balance of structure and subconscious rules, that for her, seem to have already been granted, by default.
She dismantles and reconstructs form, space and function, embodying meaning to familiar form and actions which everyone engages in, anyone can do, or does.
Join us for a lively evening in which we explore her unique ways to confront everyday complexity. This talk will be leaded with Seulgi, and it is one of the series of our 4482 artist talks.
The theme of 4482 SASAPARI this year is 'Hope'. Please take a seat with us to think about what hope we can find through Seulgi's artwork story.
Don’t miss out on a great opportunity!
Date: Tuesday, 29th November 2022
Time: 6:30 - 7:30pm in London Time
Venue: Korean Cultural Centre UK, Grand Buildings, 1-3 Strand, London, WC2N 5BW *This session will be held in English.
✔ Book a ticket: shorturl.at/afuz2
General ticket £10
4482 member price £ 5
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