projector, organza curtain, fan, sensor, mylar, computer and speaker
‘Distant Light'(2012) is an installation setup for gallery exhibition.
Slowly rocking window curtains against the sunlight is one of the most beautiful images I’ve ever seen.
My personal impression drove this project as a study of the relationship between natural and artificial surroundings, and our changing perception of the two. The installation’s translucent swathes mimic the movement of fabric in front of an open window, also the depth of natural encounters in our daily lives, and are backlit in a rotating spectrum of natural hues. A sheer sheet blow gently in a man- made breeze, accompanied by a soft computer-generated whirr. A mixed feeling in a big, dark and hazy space with constantly moving light wall wakes up and pushes the viewer’s motivation to discover the unseen perspectives in reality.
Kumho Museum “Art Peace” SBS 2013