lunes, 17 de marzo de 2008
"The Pink and Blue Project" de Jeong Mee Yoon en "What's architectue in a technologically rendered society"
In her latest photographic series, Yoon uses her mischievous sense of humour and characteristic curiosity, to entice the viewer into an exploration of society’s fascination with the collection of objects.Her enchanting portraits of young boys and girls proudly displaying their personal treasures, raises uneasy questions about freedom of choice and identity in contemporary society.JeongMee Yoon (Corea, 1969), earned both a BFA from Seoul National University and a MFA from Hong-Ik University in South Korea. In 2006, she received her MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City.
Publicado por Oficina de Innovación Política Andrés Jaque Arquitectos en 01:55
Etiquetas: JeongMee Yoon, la caja blanca, the pink and blue project, what's architecture in a technologically rendered society