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Step into a completely different zone as Korean Cultural Centre, India presents to the Capital's art connoisseurs,
an art exhibition titled 'Transition Zone', where five Korean artists namely, Changhoon Lee, Wonho Lee, Yoonjean lee, Minchul Song and Eunsook will present some unique artworks.
The exhibition, which is open for public till January 18 is a manifestation of change, phenomenon and metaphor. At the same time, it is a variety of options and boundaries, a space of buffering, and a process that has the constant mundaneness as the density of the overcrowded city. The reason why people choose urban space as a backdrop for their lives are rooted in the hopes, choices and the diversity of individual possibilities in it.
Benefits of urban cities, such as education, medical care, work, and cultural life, are integrating people despite the problems of crime, environmental pollution, and overcrowding.
The movement of construction between Korea and India is an opportunity to bring the mutation zone as a topic issue.
Witness a brillant artwork of beads as Changhoon Lee, a conceptual artist, tries to express the hierarchy of society and desires. Each bead represents the desires of a human being. Explaining his art work, he said, "As you understand the meaning of life, your desire lessens."
Artist Wonho Lee on the other hand, has come up with a unique presentation of 'Floating real estate: home of homeless'. The most important aspect in the project is the process of homeless people converting their
house into money by calculating the size of land they occupy and putting the value to it. The possession of a house and its value are usually considered as the share of the middle class. However, homeless people also crave a house while they live without it.
Minchul Song's work visualizes things that we are interested in but cannot experience whereas, artist Eunsook
organises elements of form through meaningful life experiences and expresses realistic viewpoints in various ways.
Yoonjean Lee's work is the same kind as the neutral approach to the object, despite typological methodology and external similarity to take objects of similar shape.