Gucci’den “Yer Yok” sergisi

İtalyan moda markası Gucci, No Space (Yer Yok), adında yeni bir sergi düzenledi. Sergi , Güney Kore’nin başkenti Seul’ün Daelim Müzesi’nde gösteriliyor.

Geniş sergi Gucci tarafından düzenleniyor ve İtalyan moda tasarımcısı Alessandro Michele’in heterotopya fikrinden ve “diğer alan” konseptinden ilham alıyor.

Lüks moda markası Instagram sayfasında “Yer Yok” sergisinin “insanların birbirleriyle ve çevreleriyle ilişki kurması için yeni yollarla farklı, arzu edilen bir gelecek inşa etmek için olmayan bir yer” anlamına geldiğini yazdı.

Alternatif bakış açıları sunulan sergi, Güney Koreli ve uluslararası sanatçıların çalışmalarını keşfederek Seul’deki canlı çağdaş sanat ortamını desteklemeyi amaçlıyor.

Sergi, Seul’ün Daelim Müzesi’nde 12 Temmuz 2020’ye kadar sürecek. Ayrıca, müzeyi 360 derecelik sanal bir turla da gezebilmek mümkün.

 

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Taking its cue from the complex history of independent and alternative art spaces in Seoul and @alessandro_michele’s reflections on eterotopia, ‘No Space Just A Place’ is a multi-layered project powered by #Gucci to support the cultural landscape and contemporary art scene in Seoul. Seen in image 1 and 2, the independent art space d/p focuses on a space that can never be other: the body, an eternal site from which we can never escape. Through the documentation of choreographer #YunjungLee’s performance ‘Tongue Gymnastics’, d/p focuses on the movement of the body, of the tongue in particular, addressing it both as a place and an environment for sensations and connections. Image 3 and 4 Audio Visual Pavilion @avpavilion combines works from its archives for the project ‘AVP Route’ that questions the notions of movement and transition through time and space. Among other artworks, Audio Visual Pavilion presents pieces by artist #SunhoPark that examine artifact, memories and vanished spaces, as well as geographical information and their eerie materialization through maps. space illi @space_illi_1and2 presents ‘Swimming QFWFQ*’ (image 5), a project gathering the works of women artists that are linked by their determination to take a closer look at what we consider to be “natural”. By deconstructing and reassembling the concept itself, they create a shift in the viewer’s perspective to reveal the hidden cracks of our contemporary societies. In ‘I love we love we love I’ (seen in image 6), Space One @artspaceone stirs up the illusion of emotion as simulacra. Presenting an archive of exhibitions, performances, and talks from the space’s program, the micro-exhibition moves around the boundaries of romanticism and criticism. Held at the @daelimmuseum in Seoul—a location part of the #GucciPlaces network—the exhibit will run until July 12, 2020. Read a special interview with curator @myriambensalah through link in bio. #NoSpaceJustAPlace #AlessandroMichele

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‘No Space, Just a Place. Eterotopia’ is a new exhibition sponsored by Gucci, curated by Myriam Ben Salah @myriambensalah and propelled by #Gucci Creative Director @alessandro_michele’s meditations on society: the ethical and aesthetic value of the relationships between genres and gender, the notion of learnscapes, the urgency of self-expression and an ageless anthropological manifesto are key themes to him, which are reflected in the mission and ambitions of these alternative spaces. Held at the @daelimmuseum in Seoul—a location part of the #GucciPlaces network—the exhibit will run until July 12, 2020. Take a virtual tour of the exhibition with a special 360 video available through link in bio. #AlessandroMichele #NoSpaceJustAPlace

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Propelled by #Gucci Creative Director @alessandro_michele’s meditations on society and reflections on eterotopia and curated by @myriambensalah, the new exhibition ‘No Space, Just A Place’ is held at the @daelimmuseum in Seoul—a location part of the #GucciPlaces network. The exhibit features independent art spaces where artists were invited to give their own definition of what an “other space” might be. Pictured here in the first image is the work of artist Sungsil Ryu @sungsilryu—showcased by @boan1942—exploring the notion of artificial paradises. Her installation ‘Psychedelic Nature’ focuses on secular superstitions and fictitious narratives that link human beings to nature. Image 2 features @hapjungjigu that presents the work of painter #JunHyerim who unpacks through her three dimensional canvases the notion of Arcadia, with its interestingly ambivalent meaning in Korean—meaning both the “ideal land” and the “impossible to realize”. Tastehouse @tastehouse_info’s project ‘Tasteview Daelim Branch’ (seen in image 3, 4 and 5) reflects on the notion of value of art and how that value exists within a commercial space. Building an alternative commercial looking space within the museum, a ‘non-sale shop’, Tastehouse reconnects with the true value of the objects and the status of the viewer as a consumer. #NoSpaceJustAPlace will run until July 12, 2020. Take a virtual tour of the exhibition with a special 360 video available through link in bio. #AlessandroMichele

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