NINE Gallery


14, Yesul-gil 15Beon-gil, Dong-gu

61474 Gwangju

Korea

Phone : +821064273704

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URL : www.ninegallery.co.kr

Gwangju

Korea

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Suji YANG   ()

seungchan Yang   ()

About

Untitled -  Hyung loc SHIN

Hyung loc SHIN Untitled

Untitled -  Hyung loc SHIN

Hyung loc SHIN Untitled

Untitled -  Hyung loc SHIN

Hyung loc SHIN Untitled

Untitled -  Hyung loc SHIN

Hyung loc SHIN Untitled

N/A - Bong chae  SON

Bong chae SON N/A

Letter - il SON

il SON Letter

Unsent Letter  - il SON

il SON Unsent Letter

The Day and Night  - il SON

il SON The Day and Night

Bodyscape - Kun Yong LEE

Kun Yong LEE Bodyscape

Bowl - Sang jin LIM

Sang jin LIM Bowl

Bowl - Sang jin LIM

Sang jin LIM Bowl

Bowl - Sang jin LIM

Sang jin LIM Bowl

Waiting for Godot - Se-jin BAE

Se-jin BAE Waiting for Godot
The laps of time involves duration, repetition, transformation, circulation. It is continuous, repetitive and circular. the change always follows with the repetition and circulation. This time is along with nature as well as human. However, modern society increasingly separates it between human and nature, which has become the main cause of the alienation of human beings, and prevalent in modern society. In the boundary of art, a study of the laps of time is ultimately a study of the human. Samuel Beckett revealed the laps of time in nature in his play ‘Waiting for Godot’, by the two main characters repeatedly waiting for the Godot. Beckett’s plays become the motives of my work and title. Working with the clay as a natural material is unifying the time of nature and human. The clay contains the time of duration, repetition, transformation and circulation. And the artist inevitably harmonize himself with the laps of time in nature. and the one who work with have to match the time with it inevitably, in order to work with. I think the essentiality of the clay material is the laps of time and worked through with the clay to reveal the laps of time. The continuous repetition of labor would be inevitable in order to visualize infinite of time because human is mortal. Putting the serial numbers and attaching tens of thousands of small blocks leads me to the stage of impassivity and makes super temporal experience. I discover myself in super temporal experience. The experience of these can be passed through by the work made by constant repetition of labor, to the audience too. I tried to visualize and record the laps of time in nature by working with it. The continuing repetition of labor helps me to overcome with alienation of human beings and to discover myself by the super temporal experience. Recording the laps of time gets its meaning only when performed repeatedly for a long time and it can deliver to audiences. So, I think the last three years of work experience is not me long. On the basis of what I have studied, I will try to get closer to the repetitive and circular time of nature by continuing repetition of labor.

Waiting for Godot - Se-jin BAE

Se-jin BAE Waiting for Godot
The laps of time involves duration, repetition, transformation, circulation. It is continuous, repetitive and circular. the change always follows with the repetition and circulation. This time is along with nature as well as human. However, modern society increasingly separates it between human and nature, which has become the main cause of the alienation of human beings, and prevalent in modern society. In the boundary of art, a study of the laps of time is ultimately a study of the human. Samuel Beckett revealed the laps of time in nature in his play ‘Waiting for Godot’, by the two main characters repeatedly waiting for the Godot. Beckett’s plays become the motives of my work and title. Working with the clay as a natural material is unifying the time of nature and human. The clay contains the time of duration, repetition, transformation and circulation. And the artist inevitably harmonize himself with the laps of time in nature. and the one who work with have to match the time with it inevitably, in order to work with. I think the essentiality of the clay material is the laps of time and worked through with the clay to reveal the laps of time. The continuous repetition of labor would be inevitable in order to visualize infinite of time because human is mortal. Putting the serial numbers and attaching tens of thousands of small blocks leads me to the stage of impassivity and makes super temporal experience. I discover myself in super temporal experience. The experience of these can be passed through by the work made by constant repetition of labor, to the audience too. I tried to visualize and record the laps of time in nature by working with it. The continuing repetition of labor helps me to overcome with alienation of human beings and to discover myself by the super temporal experience. Recording the laps of time gets its meaning only when performed repeatedly for a long time and it can deliver to audiences. So, I think the last three years of work experience is not me long. On the basis of what I have studied, I will try to get closer to the repetitive and circular time of nature by continuing repetition of labor.

Waiting for Godot - Se-jin BAE

Se-jin BAE Waiting for Godot
The laps of time involves duration, repetition, transformation, circulation. It is continuous, repetitive and circular. the change always follows with the repetition and circulation. This time is along with nature as well as human. However, modern society increasingly separates it between human and nature, which has become the main cause of the alienation of human beings, and prevalent in modern society. In the boundary of art, a study of the laps of time is ultimately a study of the human. Samuel Beckett revealed the laps of time in nature in his play ‘Waiting for Godot’, by the two main characters repeatedly waiting for the Godot. Beckett’s plays become the motives of my work and title. Working with the clay as a natural material is unifying the time of nature and human. The clay contains the time of duration, repetition, transformation and circulation. And the artist inevitably harmonize himself with the laps of time in nature. and the one who work with have to match the time with it inevitably, in order to work with. I think the essentiality of the clay material is the laps of time and worked through with the clay to reveal the laps of time. The continuous repetition of labor would be inevitable in order to visualize infinite of time because human is mortal. Putting the serial numbers and attaching tens of thousands of small blocks leads me to the stage of impassivity and makes super temporal experience. I discover myself in super temporal experience. The experience of these can be passed through by the work made by constant repetition of labor, to the audience too. I tried to visualize and record the laps of time in nature by working with it. The continuing repetition of labor helps me to overcome with alienation of human beings and to discover myself by the super temporal experience. Recording the laps of time gets its meaning only when performed repeatedly for a long time and it can deliver to audiences. So, I think the last three years of work experience is not me long. On the basis of what I have studied, I will try to get closer to the repetitive and circular time of nature by continuing repetition of labor.

Waiting for Godot -

Waiting for Godot
The laps of time involves duration, repetition, transformation, circulation. It is continuous, repetitive and circular. the change always follows with the repetition and circulation. This time is along with nature as well as human. However, modern society increasingly separates it between human and nature, which has become the main cause of the alienation of human beings, and prevalent in modern society. In the boundary of art, a study of the laps of time is ultimately a study of the human. Samuel Beckett revealed the laps of time in nature in his play ‘Waiting for Godot’, by the two main characters repeatedly waiting for the Godot. Beckett’s plays become the motives of my work and title. Working with the clay as a natural material is unifying the time of nature and human. The clay contains the time of duration, repetition, transformation and circulation. And the artist inevitably harmonize himself with the laps of time in nature. and the one who work with have to match the time with it inevitably, in order to work with. I think the essentiality of the clay material is the laps of time and worked through with the clay to reveal the laps of time. The continuous repetition of labor would be inevitable in order to visualize infinite of time because human is mortal. Putting the serial numbers and attaching tens of thousands of small blocks leads me to the stage of impassivity and makes super temporal experience. I discover myself in super temporal experience. The experience of these can be passed through by the work made by constant repetition of labor, to the audience too. I tried to visualize and record the laps of time in nature by working with it. The continuing repetition of labor helps me to overcome with alienation of human beings and to discover myself by the super temporal experience. Recording the laps of time gets its meaning only when performed repeatedly for a long time and it can deliver to audiences. So, I think the last three years of work experience is not me long. On the basis of what I have studied, I will try to get closer to the repetitive and circular time of nature by continuing repetition of labor.

Waiting for Godot -

Waiting for Godot
The laps of time involves duration, repetition, transformation, circulation. It is continuous, repetitive and circular. the change always follows with the repetition and circulation. This time is along with nature as well as human. However, modern society increasingly separates it between human and nature, which has become the main cause of the alienation of human beings, and prevalent in modern society. In the boundary of art, a study of the laps of time is ultimately a study of the human. Samuel Beckett revealed the laps of time in nature in his play ‘Waiting for Godot’, by the two main characters repeatedly waiting for the Godot. Beckett’s plays become the motives of my work and title. Working with the clay as a natural material is unifying the time of nature and human. The clay contains the time of duration, repetition, transformation and circulation. And the artist inevitably harmonize himself with the laps of time in nature. and the one who work with have to match the time with it inevitably, in order to work with. I think the essentiality of the clay material is the laps of time and worked through with the clay to reveal the laps of time. The continuous repetition of labor would be inevitable in order to visualize infinite of time because human is mortal. Putting the serial numbers and attaching tens of thousands of small blocks leads me to the stage of impassivity and makes super temporal experience. I discover myself in super temporal experience. The experience of these can be passed through by the work made by constant repetition of labor, to the audience too. I tried to visualize and record the laps of time in nature by working with it. The continuing repetition of labor helps me to overcome with alienation of human beings and to discover myself by the super temporal experience. Recording the laps of time gets its meaning only when performed repeatedly for a long time and it can deliver to audiences. So, I think the last three years of work experience is not me long. On the basis of what I have studied, I will try to get closer to the repetitive and circular time of nature by continuing repetition of labor.

Waiting for Godot

 - Se-jin BAE

Se-jin BAE Waiting for Godot
The laps of time involves duration, repetition, transformation, circulation. It is continuous, repetitive and circular. the change always follows with the repetition and circulation. This time is along with nature as well as human. However, modern society increasingly separates it between human and nature, which has become the main cause of the alienation of human beings, and prevalent in modern society. In the boundary of art, a study of the laps of time is ultimately a study of the human. Samuel Beckett revealed the laps of time in nature in his play ‘Waiting for Godot’, by the two main characters repeatedly waiting for the Godot. Beckett’s plays become the motives of my work and title. Working with the clay as a natural material is unifying the time of nature and human. The clay contains the time of duration, repetition, transformation and circulation. And the artist inevitably harmonize himself with the laps of time in nature. and the one who work with have to match the time with it inevitably, in order to work with. I think the essentiality of the clay material is the laps of time, and worked through with the clay to reveal the laps of time. The continuos repetition of labor would be inevitable in order to visualize infinite of time because human is mortal. Putting the serial numbers and attaching tens of thousands of small blocks leads me to the stage of impassivity and makes super temporal experience. I discover myself in super temporal experience. The experience of these can be passed through by the work made by constant repetition of labor, to the audience too.I tried to visualize and record the laps of time in nature by working with it. The continuing repetition of labor helps me to overcome with alienation of human beings and to discover myself by the super temporal experience. Recording the laps of time gets its meaning only when performed repeatedly for a long time and it can deliver to audiences. So, I think the last three years of work experience is not me long. On the basis of what I have studied, I will try to get closer to the repetitive and circular time of nature by continuing repetition of labor.

Exhibiting Artists

  • Se-jin BAE  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Se-jin BAE - Waiting for Godot

Waiting for Godot
    • Se-jin BAE - Waiting for Godot Waiting for Godot
    • Se-jin BAE - Waiting for Godot Waiting for Godot
    • Se-jin BAE - Waiting for Godot Waiting for Godot

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • WOO Byung-chul  (+)

    Biography : He is interested in combining digital image with a from of analogue. It gives a subtle sense through just only position by lying a middle zone of reality or a photo between a drawing. Even though traditionally paintings classify a subject and a subtitle, He express clearly things in a distant view with a same line removing all half tone in canvas frame. He think that it is a way of seeing a world and objects with another viewpoint through my own delicate lens.

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Kun Yong LEE  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Kun Yong LEE - Bodyscape Bodyscape

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    Also represented by:

  • Sang jin LIM  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Sang jin LIM - Bowl Bowl
    • Sang jin LIM - Bowl Bowl
    • Sang jin LIM - Bowl Bowl

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    Also represented by:

  • SHIN Hyung-loc  (+)

    Biography : He is interested in combining digital image with a from of analogue. It gives a subtle sense through just only position by lying a middle zone of reality or a photo between a drawing. Even though traditionally paintings classify a subject and a subtitle, He express clearly things in a distant view with a same line removing all half tone in canvas frame. He think that it is a way of seeing a world and objects with another viewpoint through my own delicate lens.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Hyung loc SHIN - Untitled Untitled
    •  Hyung loc SHIN - Untitled Untitled
    •  Hyung loc SHIN - Untitled Untitled
    •  Hyung loc SHIN - Untitled Untitled

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    Also represented by:

  • il SON  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • il SON - The Day and Night The Day and Night
    • il SON - Unsent Letter Unsent Letter
    • il SON - Letter Letter

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

  • Bong chae SON  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Bong chae  SON - N/A N/A

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Other Represented Artists