This book documents Sadong 30 (2006), a site-specific installation by Haegue Yang. Occupying a dilapidated house in Incheon, Korea, it consisted of light and reflective elements as well as geometric origamis that led visitors from room to room, from the interior space to the exterior. Its intent was to encourage contemplation of the condition of the place, which the artist says "implied an anti-time and non-space in spite of its evident social and geographical codes".
Images of the installation and brief biography included.
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