Archive for Media art

Fractal Turtleship

Posted in 99.9% of Seoul with tags , , , on December 28, 2009 by Lydia

Last time, I didn’t give a full detail of the fractal turtleship, NAM JUNE PAIK’s work.

And this time, I’ll show you every details of this work.

Standing exhibition throughout the festival ㅣ Special exhibition area in front of Admiral Yi Sunshin Statue.

(Visiting hours :
Weekdays- 15:00-16:00, 17:00-18:00
Weekends- 13:00-14:00, 15:00-16:00, 17:00-18:00)

Fractal Turtleship by the late Nam June Paik who originated the ‘art of light,’ was brought into the open square out of closed doors to mark the beginning of the festival representing Korea’s history, culture and high technology in the form of lights. Owned by Daejeon Museum of Art and occupying a space measuring 16m x 10m x 4m, the Fractal Turtleship is a video art installation created in commemoration of the 1993 Daejeon Expo.

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Square of Art, Square of Lights

Posted in 99.9% of Seoul with tags , , , on December 26, 2009 by Lydia

Chamber of Lights(Open at 15:00)
:Media artists’ works are displayed in the open square offering a chance for visitors to easily and personally enjoy works of media art that may have seemed difficult or distant.

↓Zipper pipe by Haemin Woo


↓Notation Theater by Ga-youg Jun

↓Fly High by Jung-pgil Shin

↓Digital Moon “Touch The Light, Touch The Moon” by Kyung-ho Lee