Exhibition: Image-Manipulate-Play, at The Print Room

by Events Editor on 31 October, 2017 updated 7 December, 2017

in Event Notices | Exhibition news | Video art

Six Korean artists’ video works will be introduced as part of Coronet International Festival at the Print Room. The opening is Tuesday 7 November:

3pm: Exhibition opens
6.15 – 7pm: Gaygeum perfomance in the foyer
6.30pm: Aram Hwang, curator, gives a short welcome speech
6.45 – 7.30pm: Drinks available in the bar.

The Print Room is a great venue!


The Print Room @ the Coronet Theatre
103 Notting Hill Gate | London W11 3LB | www.the-print-room.org
7 – 11 November, 3.00pm – 7.30pm
Free entry
Ail Bak | Sunpil Don | Jeungtae Gim | Yeoung-su Kim | Woonghyeun Kim | Bongsu Park.
Curated by Aram Hwang

Image-Manipulate-Play graphic

The Coronet introduces six Korean artists whose urgent, compelling work explores identity and image through a series of complex and skilful video art pieces.

These vibrant works, undercut by powerful political and social messages, take inspiration from mass culture in all its forms: from cartoons to fashion, film to music. An extraordinarily experimental response to globalisation and Korean popular culture, this provocative piece highlights the potentially manipulative impact of social media on our lives.

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