The moon's trick (2016-2018) [REF2021 collection]

Abstract

The Moon's Trick is an exhibition of two new commissions (a sound installation, Prayers 1-39, and performance, Looking Down From The Sky), and a series of 6 embroidery works that explore the dialogue between embroidery, sound and musical performance. Drawing on an archive of post war Korean photographs, Young In Hong looks at the unexplored time and space of history by translating it in multiple ways. This Collection comprises a multi-component output with contextualising information, providing evidence of the sound installation, performance, and exhibition of embroidery works. Contextualising information includes a 300 word statement, research timeline, and research questions, as well as documentation of research processes

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