Birdcage 2017

Title of ArtworkBirdcage 2017
Year of Origin2017
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Dimensions
    150 sqm space
Material/Technique
    threads, black-light
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History of a work
2017ExhibitionsMonterreyMuseo de Arte Contemporáneo de MonterreyLink
2017DocumentationArticle in Art Light MagazineLink
2017YoutubeMuseo de Arte Contemporáneo de MonterreyLink



Titled Birdcage (2017), this installation takes us back to the notion of habitable architecture, but with the focus on recreating an environment of confinement. With her house/cage, Choi invites the spectators to experience the feeling of finding themselves in a small and suffocating space. To complete the effect, this house allows us to see in between its slits, only partially covering what is happening on both sides, so that the people inside can see those who remain outside and vice versa.

http://www.marco.org.mx/index.pl?i=1389 (25.03.2019)

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