True and False
2370 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008
Join us for , a new group exhibition showcasing vibrant and diverse multimedia installation works by three contemporary Korean artists who explore the blurring of truth in modern society, opening Friday, March 6 with in-person introductions by the artists.
WHAT: Art exhibition, artist talks, & public opening reception
WHO: Tae Eun Kim, Su Hyun Nam, Ahree Song
WHEN: Opening Reception: Friday, March 6 at 6 p.m.-8 p.m.
On View: March 6 – 26, 2020 (open M-F, 9am-noon & 1-6pm)
WHERE: Korean Cultural Center Washington, D.C. (2370 Massachusetts Ave. NW)
HOW: Free RSVP to the opening reception at https://forms.gle/qdu3M8etWRvApUJb7
Complimentary wine and Korean refreshment provided.
Tae Eun Kim, Su Hyun Nam, and Ahree Song each place their work in the context of today’s fast-paced, complex world where clear distinctions between fiction and reality are increasingly lacking. Once absolute notions such as true and false or possible and impossible have become ever more obscure as advanced technology continues to overcome humanity’s perceived limitations and our very ability to comprehend it.
By embracing the rapid evolution of science and the digital frontier as a new part of our natural world, Kim, Nam, and Song embody the boundary between reality and fiction through their art, which includes digital multimedia, distortion techniques, installations, and sculpture. This exhibition aims to have audiences reflect on the underlying coexistence of nature and humanity, and to reconsider common expectations and understandings of society.
Admission to the exhibition opening reception featuring talks by the artists on Friday, March 6 at 6:00 p.m. is free and open to the public, but registration is required at http://washingtondc.korean-culture.org. True and False will remain on view during regular hours through March 26, 2020.
KCC Website : http://washingtondc.korean-culture.org/en/1126/board/890/read/101806
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