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shine a light


Korean Cultural Center is hosting an exhibition titled ‘Shine a Light‘ at the moment, till March 2009. The artist, Jeonghwa Choi is an unusual artist who is dedicated to observe and understand all forms of everyday life. The space he creates is memorable and touching, if you are in the resonant mood, without being pretentious; it leaves plenty of room for you to make the meaning and an experience out of it.





It is a bit of late notice, but together with the exhibition curators I will be co-mediating a casual panel discussion with the artist on February 5th, 2009 at KCC near Trafalga square, London. It starts at 3pm.



The exhibition will be on till March 21st, 2009. The exact address of Korean Cultural Center is Grand Buildings, 1-3 Strand, London WC2N 5BW.

About the exhibition at Art Rabbit


Originally uploaded by jabberer.

“made in china/popular in korea”

i instantly wanted to buy it when i saw it in ssamzie-gil in insadong,

seoul, korea.

but this is an ‘art piece’. a few days later, i met the artist in

tokyo design week. he said: “make one yourself”. i shall try to

venture on the fake market next time i am in korea or china to get the

right ‘prop’ :-)