Here are some images of Shinuk Suh’s works installed at the KCCUK as part of the Rendered Reality exhibition.
(1) The main installation: Man(u)fractured #2, based on his residency at Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop:
(2) The eye-catching window display. By coincidence, while the exhibition was on, the FT ran a feature on Chinese manufacturing which seemed to resonate with Suh’s work.
(3) The impressive computer generated trompe-l’oeil print – ten and a half metres long – installed on the long wall facing Northumberland Avenue:
(4) The video / installation that recalled his work at Danial Benjamin Gallery in early 2019, in which Heath-Robinson style contraptions were balanced in a precarious equilibrium, alongside a video of the same contraption that mirrored the reality:
(5) And finally, a work that brings together elements of the above works: video, installation and a motorised silicone hand, with – hanging on the wall opposite – images of male beauty.