Sound Looking-Rain, 1995-2014

作者 KIM KICHUL (1969~)

摄于 意大利 罗马 MAXXI 国立二十一世纪艺术博物馆

Kim Kichul, impressed by the way sound can give a difference experience of space and create particular circumstances, has been dedicating himself  to the visualization of sound with installations and sculptures. 

Although a sound is not supposed to be "seen" but to be "heard", to see a sound refers to trying to grasp the pure essence of an object beyond visual illusions. When walking between the speakers, that are positioned as if they had fallen from the sky, the viewer can hear the sound of rain falling; free from colorful visual distractions. Thus, modern viewers can enter a meditation space where they can face themselves.


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