Gallery Baton is holding 《How Much Afterglow》, a group exhibition featuring nine domestic and foreign artists, until February 18 (Saturday).
In this exhibition, we explore the source of the artists’ intimate memories and experiences. For the artist himself, the main value of any work is that it is connected to self-reflection in some form. ‘Creation’ starts from choosing the subject to describe, one step away from the artist’s personal experiences and memories.
The afterglow of some memories and emotions the artist has may have faded over time, but the imagination that fills the faded gap is a new reality created by the artist and a window through which one can see who it is. The exhibition space included video, sculpture, photography, painting and installations.
In Blue Baton, a separate exhibition space, close-up images of the sun taken by NASA observation satellites are played repeatedly on a large screen, while Hee-seung Jeong’s black-and-white photos, Yun’s ice sculptures -hwan Bae, and paintings by Susan Song and Jae-seok Lee located.
The exhibition is free to view from Tuesday to Saturday, 10 am to 6 pm