This piece is Chung Gi Woong’s L2019 adam & eve - run. Although the pictures are printed on a flat surface, they then undergo a secondary process where they are given dimensions through divided spaces that can be observed from the front, back, left, and right to offer new perspectives. To develop his style, Chung tested several different methods to emphasize the meaning behind transparent spaces after dividing his images and adding various expressions, using quadrilaterals, circles, and ovals until the compression of his images of the human body gradually began to lose impact. Here, Chung defines the human body as the “seed” of life. Since it was not easy to simply depict the naked body, the concept is conveyed through nude imagery of other creations. The artist repeatedly incorporates his techniques of compressing and dividing his image and creating empty space in order to reach his audience.