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Can’t Live Without (2017)

Can’t live Without originates from my research on art archives and their social context in Korea. By employing artistic research and representation, the body of work sheds light on how power structure influences the pattern of archival practice and historiography. The filmatic sequence consists of five chapters, which cover a rhizomatic network of social movement, language, mythology, geography, and archival discipline. The notion of discontinuity for historic narratives leads to a greater consciousness of events and individuals.


Publication: “Can’t Live Without”
Can’t Live Without(2017)
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