Exhibition visit: Silent Movies in Q-Park Cavendish Square

Inside Q-Park
Inside Q-Park

I popped over to Cavendish Square this afternoon to see the exhibition on Level -3 of the Cavendish Square car park (directly underneath Shin Meekyoung’s gradually eroding equestrian statue of the Duke of Cumberland sculpted out of soap).

ISKAI Contemporary Art had curated part of the exhibition, bringing six Korean artists to the space. It’s a pop-up (3-day) show, which means there’s little cash to invest in catalogues and documentation. Which also meant that I only managed to find work by three of ISKAI’s artists:

Gunwoo Shin:

Gunwoo Shin: Cabinet (2015)
Gunwoo Shin: Cabinet (2015)

Hanuk Jung:

Jung Hanuk: Situation Logic (2015)
Jung Hanuk: Situation Logic (2015)

Moonassi:

Moonassi: Eight scrolls, (2015)
Moonassi: Eight scrolls, (2015)

In addition, my eye was caught by an installation of countless white rabbits itching to disappear through a doorway in the wall.

Installation by Kim Hyejin
Installation by Kim Hyejin

With apologies to the artist Kim Hyejin, I didn’t take down the details of what her work was called.

As you can see, the brief for the work in the exhibition was monochrome. Some more installation views below:

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