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21 Apr 2015

Participative project of Jeauk Kang at Kunsthalle Bratislava

Jeauk Kang: Thinguniverse
Dom umenia/Kunsthalle Bratislava


Thursday / 23rd April / from 6pm to 8pm
Duration of the exhibition:
20th April - 17th May 2015
Open: WED - MON 12.00-19.00 / FRI 12.00-21.00 / TUE – closed


Dom umenia/Kunsthalle Bratislava
Námestie SNP 12
812 34 Bratislava

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Jeauk Kang (South Korea) presents a site-specific drawing covering the gallery walls, in interaction with the audience at the exhibition space Kunsthalle LAB. During the first ten days of the exhibition, he will in situ collect and draw personal belongings of the visitors. Gradually a monumental wall collage will come into being – a 'universe of things' as a trace left after the author's meeting with the audience that will become a part of an artwork. Jeauk Kang will be present at the premises of Kunsthalle LAB from April 20 to April 30, every day from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.

The curator of the exhibition is Kwangsu Lee.

Kunsthalle Bratislava is a contemporary art gallery with no collection that exhibits national and international visual art. It is located in the centre of Bratislava at Dom umenia (SNP Sq. 12). The local mission of Kunsthalle Bratislava is to make visual art accessible to the general public. In terms of its international aims, Kunsthalle Bratislava focuses on highlighting Slovak visual art through systematic networking with major partner institutions abroad.

The Kunsthalle LAB is a window gallery that communicates with passer-byes through window displays. LAB's mission is to present participative, interactive, site-specific projects that use light and sound, provoke active participation of audience and communicate towards the public space of a busy square while disturbing the traditional notion of contemporary art as a solely 'artistic' discipline. Along to presenting publications on contemporary art, the program of LAB is based on a dynamic model of short-term exhibitions.