2013.05.08~2013.05.31[Venue | COMO (SKT-tower, Daejeon SKT Dunsan Office)] Michael Bielicky and Kamila B. Richter, media artist based in Germany, show us the interactive artwork that metaphorically visualized all kinds of disasters that occur around the world and linked data from twitter and stock trades.
2013.03.04~2013.03.29[Venue | COMO (SKT-tower, Daejeon SKT Dunsan Office)] Media artist Jeong Han Kim explores the possibilities to share and communicate the perspective of others through the subjectified sensory-Qualia. Referring to the image of neurons, the artist draws a 'perception landscape' of different perceptions taking place at the same time.
2013.02.04~2013.02.28[Venue COMO (SKT-tower, Daejeon SKT Dunsan Office)] In this month's COMO, artist Jung Min Lee observes a cross section of the city, and expresses the subjective time of each location through powerpoint. Her powerpoint animation begins with a petty experience.
2013.01.02~2013.01.31Celebrating the New Year, COMO presents 《Lost in Translation》 exhibition this January to reflect on the significance of communication. ‘Lost in Translation’ refers to the situation in which the original meaning is lost when one language is translated into another language and translated back into the original text, due to certain differences in the understanding of the language or culture.
2012.12.28~2012.01.28Art Center Nabi (Director So Yeong Roh) will be holding the special exhibition <Digital Furniture>, in recognition of the conversion of television broadcasting from analog to digital taking place on December 31st, 2012. ‘Digital furniture’ is a new general term that refers to the variety of digital apparatuses that we use in our daily lives from mobile to laptop computers and TVs. Art Center Nabi puts digital pieces by digital artists on display via digital furniture. Thus, Art Center Nabi intends to designate digital furniture as the ‘museum of the future’. We ask for your deep interest in our exhibition.