ISCP Salon: Jean-Paul Kelly and Youngmin Kang

When 23 Feb 2016
6:30PM - 8:00PM
Where International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP)
1040 Metropolitan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211
United States
Enquiry (718) 387-2900

Youngmin Kang will speak about how his work reflects on Korean society through a playful approach to installation and sculpture. He is particularly interested in the highly capitalized city of Seoul and the effects of its mass production, education system, and urban development.

Jean-Paul Kelly will discuss his recent work in video, photography, and drawing, especially the installation Service of the goods (2013), the award winning video The Innocents (2014), and a new series of photographs produced while in residence at ISCP. His work seeks to address the depoliticized connotations of abstraction. Kelly is fascinated by the political and social potential of abstraction as it relates to other forms of representation aligned withreal-world documents, such as photojournalism, online image streams, documentary filmmaking and the interview.

Photo courtesy of the organiser/s

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