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제목 Hwang Chang Ha - The Kairos-based sculpture, made by Lysippos... 등록일 2019.10.11 14:27
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Artist Note

 

This exhibition is composed of universal topics such as the temporal meaning of Kronos and Kairos, the relationship between digital and analog, and what it means to be tamed, nature’s ability to heal and the world of ego. There are two Greek words for time: Kronos and Kairos. Kronos simply refers to the continuous flow of time in nature while Kairos is conscious and subjective time, meaning opportunities and decisions. In Greek mythology, Kairos was the son of Zeus and was called the "God of Opportunity." The Kairos-based sculpture, made by Lysippos, had thick bangs, bald backs, and wings, and stood on the ball of his feet and held scale and knife in his hands. According to Aesop's Fables, this is so that it is easy for people to catch him by his hair when they find him and never to be able to catch him once he passes (hence the back of head was bald). The scales and knives symbolize the determination of right and wrong, and the making of shrewd decisions. Unlike Kronos’ time which consumes everything, Kairos’ time is not physical time but a time of emotions. It is a time filled with meaning, concrete events, joy of salvation and a time of awakening and determination. From these two higher concepts of times, I have created my early works into my canvases, remaining cognizant of the analog, the digital, and time of an artist(time of Kairos) as artist engages in artwork.

 

As can be seen from the taming of the fox in the “Little Prince” by Saint Exupery, taming is one of the most valuable lessons the fox gave to the Little Prince.

 

In order to tame something fully, we need the absolute physical time of Kronos, and we also need the specific and meaningful time of Kairos.

 

The production of artwork is not much different.

 

In order to create a single piece of artwork, the inevitable Kronos’ time is absolutely necessary while simultaneously, the writer constantly performs the acts of communication and taming to come to an end.

 


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Hwang Chang-ha, the painter of the painting "The Self," describes his unstable mind at the time.

It is said that it was an expression of the work.

 

I'm standing in self-awakening as an answer to painting.

The self-portrait of a person who wanted to be included in the canvas, through harmony and co-prosperity with himself,

In order to find out, he attempted to sublimate his work beyond personal tastes and social circumstances.

 

To deviate from childhood values and subjective concepts.

Hwang Chang-ha, the painter's personality and the environment of the times.

It must have been a process of conflict to get out of the way

 

like a peek in a piece of work

Colors tell us his identity is buried, and he's got a structure.

It is stable, but still has harmony and beauty.

 

In this work, there is an abstract overall flow that is unique to Huang Chang-ha.

There's a motion of original identity, and there's a sense of identity.

a gradual progression of beauty and inner identity

It is good to see progress again and again.

 

without abstractness and the artist's inner repetition

Color, structure and harmonic identities come to the attention of visitors

 


 

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