This first monograph on Korean artist contains installations views and two critical essays.
Published for the Koo Jeong-A solo exhibition at Yvon Lambert Gallery in 2001.
Available in French French edition
The work of Koo Jeong A (born 1967 in Seoul, lives and works in Paris) incorporates intersubjective phenomena, digital features and timely imaginaries with the capacity to transform into large-scale sculpture and painting, as well as film, animation, sound and scent, to reinvent the architectural space. The artist's site-specific reconfigurations open up narrative portals, where the various media are combined with natural elements such as wind or gravity and the electromagnetic field. In this way, alternative realities are conjured not only geographically but also in an astral sense, tracing the poetry that permeates their unique universe.