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Gilles Deleuze elucidates, “It is through the body (and no longer through the intermediary of the body) that cinema forms an alliance with spirit, with thought”. My works take off from this point of view, in which the physical body is a medium to transfer the psychological body as a resonating content, in the form of a video. In addition, the intrinsic attribute is the uncertainty of human existence, extracted from the paradoxes of behaviour. In many works of art, this line of thought is primarily represented as the shape of the contorted body, breaking the stereotype of the body image, which is traditionally and historically fixed as a symbol.
In this photograph series, I try to find out how someone’s visage has a role socially to be seen as a complete person as masquerade as it self and investigate what can we see from it when it contorted by physical force.
Ahram Kwon, Study for scanning work #1, 9 x 9 cm, 2011
Ahram Kwon, Study for scanning work #2, 9 x 9 cm, 2011
Ahram Kwon, Study for scanning work #3, 15 x 15 cm, 2011
ISSN 1799-8549 (Painettu/Printed)
ISSN 1799-8557 (Verkkolehti/Online)
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