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김소철 Socheol Kim 예술가 artist

소속과 헌신 (2008—____)

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2008, Oct. - 2009,

– shared information, flexiblity, alternative

■ 이야기를 위한 한 연설대, 2008-2009 _캔버스에 디지털 프린트, 사진, 130.3 x 89.4 cm

■ 다른 자, 2008-2009 _캔버스에 디지털 프린트, 철에 숫자, 130.3 x 89.4 cm

■ 지시 넷, 2008-2009 _캔버스에 디지털 프린트, 65.2 x 91 cm

■ 지시 넷, 2008 _옵셋 판화, ed. 10, 250 x 265 mm

■ 텍스트에 대한 강한 호감은 팔 수 없는 물건을 만들고 싶다는 바람과 맥락을 같이 했다. 자유로운 정보공유가 가능한 현대시대에 단단한 물건을 만드는 것은 내 맘에 맞지 않았다. ● 신체 사이즈를 이용해 오브제를 만들면서 그 만드는 규칙을 보여준다. 실제 그 물건을 사서 갖는 것보다 어떤 규칙, 레시피 또는 지시를 통해 그것을 만들었는지가 중요하다. 이 텍스트를 통해 자신에게 적합한 물건을 만들 수 있다. 예술품이 한정적이거나 제한적인 것이 아닌 여러 가지 가능성을 띈 것으로 소유될 수 있다. 실제 오브제가 아닌 그것을 만드는 방법과 기반이 된 생각을 글로써 내놓는다.

□ 2009

예술을 파는 가게, 리트머스, 안산

■ a stand for a speech, 2008-2009 _digital print on canvas, photograph, 130.3 x 89.4 cm

■ another ruler, 2008-2009 _digital print on canvas, numbers on steel, 130.3 x 89.4 cm

■ four instructions, 2008-2009 _digital print on canvas, 65.2 x 91 cm _off-set print, ed. 10, 250 x 265 mm

■ Strong attraction to text suited with my desire to make something that cannot be sold. In the age of free sharing information, I did not want to make a rigid object. ● I make objects using my body figures, and show the rules to make them. Rather than buying and owning an actual object, it is more important to know how it was made; rules, recipe or instrucions. With these texts, one can make an adequete individual object. Artworks can be owned as various possibilities not as a closed nor restricted. Instead of an object, I present the way to make it and based thoughts in texts.

□ 2009

Art for Sale, Community Space Litmus, Ansan

■ a stand for a speech

_Make a cube on which you may sit and stand. Measure your knee length and use the number as the length of your cube.

_Make a wall in front of the cube behind which you may hide and feel comfortable. Measure your height and use the number as the height of the wall. Measure your width at the shoulders and use the number as the width of the wall. Measure the length of your foot and use the number to make enough space between the cube and the wall.

_Make a window on the wall through which you may see the others and the others may see you. Measure the height of your eye level as you sit on the cube. measure the width of the eyes. Make a window that fits your eye level and the width.

_Use this stand to speak up in public. You may feel appropriate privacy in the space.

■ Another Ruler

_Take a standard ruler. Leave the starting number 0 as it is. (Treat each digits differently). Change the place of the first number with the last number. Change the place of the second number with the second last number. Change the place of the third number with the third last number. Keep changing the places of the numbers until there is no other numbers to change. If a number does not have a matching pair, leave it as it is.

_Change the places of the second digits. Keep the starting 0 as it is. Change the first number with the last number. Change the second number with the second last number. Change the third number with the third last number. Keep changing all the digits until there is no other numbers to change. If a number does not have a matching pair, leave the number as it is.

_Change the places of numbers you have in the ruler. Using this another ruler, you may make another product.

■ Four instructions

_The first one starts with 'You should or you should not'. _The second one starts with 'You must or you must not’. _The third one starts with 'you can or you cannot’. _The fourth one starts with 'you may or you may not'.