Play: editing ideas in real time

At the start of 2019 I decided that by outlining rough parameters for The See Through Project I could allow myself to create freely with various materials and at the same time connect alternative modes of working through introspection, conversation and research. A big part of the idea was to allow the project to grow and navigate itself as I received new information. Feedback from workshops became crucial to its

Rainbow-wire

It is a real pleasure exhibiting with fellow Hongti Artists at F1963. As a group show, Rainbow- wire is successful on many levels. It runs until 19 January 2020.

Thank you to Hongti Art Center, F1963 and the Busan Cultural Foundation for all of your effort and dedication throughout the year. @hongtiartcenter @f1963_official @bscf2009

Beyond here and now

  If you are looking for a phenomenological experience make sure to see Beyond Here and Now at Palbok, Factory of Contemporary Art. Simon Whetham and I spent three months developing independent bodies of work that both incorporate elements of perception and a re- contextualization of the space itself. It runs until 12 January 2020.  Please drop by!

맞물린 대화: 근시/ Interlinked Dialogue: Myopia

“요건 던호펜 – 근시” 전시장면, 프로젝트 스페이스 사루비아다방, 2015 Copyright ⓒ 2015 프로젝트 스페이스 사루비아다방, 요건 던호펜 Installation View of Jürgen Dünhofen : Myopia (Project Space SARUBIA, Seoul, Korea, 2015) Copyright ⓒ 2015 by Project Space Sarubia Dabang and Jürgen Dünhofen   View the dialogue about the work here: Facebook Page: Project Space Sarubia Dabang 

Unrestricted, blurred line / 흔들리는 경계 TEMI

Seek Installation Wood, lenses, prisms Dimensions vary 2014 Initial interest in the form, meaning and function of stupas has lead Dünhofen to meditate over the idea of enlightenment as well as attempts to preserve it within stupas. He is conducting further research into stupas and pagodas as well as buddhist temples in Korea. Photography Copyright © 2014. Artist Residency TEMI

Scope: Final Presentation

The exhibition was comprised of sculptures made from wood, metal and found objects. The concept dealt with perception, looking for greener pastures and the fragmentation and distortion of viewing (through the lenses). Photography: Grant Arendse