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In an ordinary forest strewn with white and red flowers, a floral cloth curtain blocks the entrance. At a glance it looks as if the trees in the forest have shed the flowers, but there is no way of knowing whether flowers really bloomed there. Nature, where life and death coexist, opens up to us paths toward reality and fantasy. Thus, Park Hyung-geun’s photograph either shows that what is disconnected may appear connected, or that what might be connected is in fact not connected, or it reveals the truth.

Details

  • Title: Untitled #4
  • Creator: Park Hyung-geun
  • Date: 2003
  • Location: 268 Dongsan-Ro, Danwon-Gu, Ansan-City, Gyeonggi-Do, South Korea
  • location:lon: 126.812326
  • location:lat: 37.319395
  • Physical Dimensions: w125 x h100 cm
  • Provenance: Gyeonggi museum of Modern Art
  • Type: lightjet C-print

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