Seo Min Jeong
2009, glazed porcelain, life-size birds and small animals, wood, different species, open series
I coat an animals corpse in porcelain until it’s completely covered. Then it is carefully placed inside the kiln to be fired. All organic material is burned up leaving behind a fine skin of porcelain. The dead animals body vanishes in the fire, being reborn in a lasting image. The whole process resembles a burial ceremony. The resulting porcelain objects and the process itself therefor are equally important to me.
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David Spriggs, The Emergence of Perception
Insane packing-tape installation by Numen/For Use
Michael Marcovici, One Billion Dollar
“…The most expensive piece of art ever made…stacked on 12 standard pallets, altogether 10 million 100 USD notes. One Billion Dollar isn’t so much about what you see as about what you could or couldn’t do with the money.”