Seoul Institute of the Arts
Seoul, South Korea
In general, the preconceived notion is that photography is authentic. The perception that cameras never lie and seeing is believing is dominant, but photographs no longer tell the truth. By recombining and erasing unfamiliar spaces that can be seen in everyday life, new spaces are created by further maximizing unfamiliar parts. In this process, images are dismantled and abstracted. What if the floor I'm stepping on isn't the floor? This idea developed and created a whole new space by putting windows on the ceiling and making walls like floors. I tried to visually express what I felt in the process of imagining where it would be connected using this space of reality. I wanted to stimulate my imagination by looking at unfamiliar scenes in the picture and make people wonder if it was a real space.