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Minimalism-Maximalism-Mechanissmmm Act 3–Act 4

March 17 to April 24 2022
Art Sonje Center
Seoul, Korea

Minimalism-Maximalism-Mechanissmmm Act 3, installation view (2022). Art Sonje Center, all rights reserved, Photo: Euirock Lee.

Minimalism-Maximalism-Mechanissmmm Act 1–Act 4 examines how artists use materials to tell stories about their surroundings and daily life. The exhibition creates connections between the artworks and the observer and examines how the curator can affect the aforementioned relationship between work and audience. As a whole, the exhibition is presented as thematic of how the institution presents itself, the art and the observer, to give the audience the experience and knowledge of, how meaning and connections are created spatially.

Minimalism-Maximalism-Mechanissmmm is divided and conceptualized into four acts by director of Art Hub Copenhagen Jacob Fabricius.

Act 3 features works by former residents at Art Hub Adam Khalil (as part of New Red Order) and Kasper Hesselbjerg as well as works by Cha Sla, SUPERFLEX and The Dumpling Club.

Act 4 is curated by Mikkel Elming, director at Glasmuseet Ebeltoft, and features works by Ali Kazim, Elsa Salonen, Lola Daels, Seulgi Lee, Studio ThinkingHand and Tove Storch.

Organized by Art Sonje Center and Kunsthal Aarhus.

Supported by Art Hub Copenhagen, Augustinus Fonden, Danish Arts Foundation, Embassy of Denmark in Korea and Knud Højgaards Fond.

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