Articoli della rassegna stampa di Seung-Hwan Oh
Science and art come together in this ongoing show at London’s Gallery Elena Shchukina featuring Luke Jerram’s Glass Microbiology series and photographer Seung-Hwan Oh’s Impermanence series, which was previously featured here on Lomography.
Opening just last week at the Gallery Elena Shchukina in Mayfair, London, Impermanence: The Art of Microbiology showcases the works of Bristol, United Kingdom-based artist Luke Jerram and Seoul, South Korea-based photographer Seung-Hwan Oh, both of which […]
NUOVI SPAZI. APRE NEL TREVIGIANO CREARTE STUDIO. E PER LA PRIMA MOSTRA ARRIVA IL COREANO SEUNG-HWAN OH, CON UNA SERIE DI PARTICOLARI “ESPERIMENTI” FOTOGRAFICI
CreArte Studio è un nuovo spazio espositivo, sito nel settecentesco Palazzo Porcia a Oderzo (Treviso), nato per ospitare giovani artisti provenienti da tutto il mondo in grado di dialogare attraverso diverse forme espressive. Un luogo di incontro dove nuovi spunti di confronto e discussione possano alimentare il dibattito che ruota intorno alla scena artistica contemporanea.
Il prossimo 19 giugno inaugurerà gli spazi della nuova galleria la […]
Film is an exceedingly delicate material. It’s highly flammable, can’t always go through TSA checkpoints, and, as it turns out, can be easily destroyed by fungus.
A few years ago South Korean artist Seung-Hwan Oh read a BBC article about this fungus problem affecting film archives. He realized they were right: “I noticed that mold on badly stored film can eat […]
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Impermanence is about an idea that all the matter including all the life forms collapse in the spatial-temporal dimension we belong to. The idea was inspired by the second law of thermodynamics (entropy theory). I have found a beauty in it.
By chance, I read an article [on] BBC online [in] 2010 about how fungus threatens […]