Exposition : Lee Bul : Crashing

Installation view of Lee Bul’s Crashing exhibition at the Hayward Gallery Lee Bul 2018 © Linda Nylind.

 

Lee Bul : Crashing

Hayward Gallery, Londres

Jusqu’au 19 août 2018

 

Lee Bul transforms Hayward Gallery into a spectacular dream-like landscape featuring monstrous bodies, futuristic cyborgs, glittering mirrored environments and an exquisitely surreal monumental foil Zeppelin.

Bringing together more than 100 works from the late 1980s to the present day, this exhibition explores the full range of Lee Bul’s pioneering and thought-provoking practice, from provocative early performances to recent large-scale installations that attempt to get our body and our brain ‘working at the same time, together’.

For the past three decades, Lee Bul has drawn on diverse sources that include science fiction, visionary architecture and personal experience, whilst making use of deliberately clashing materials that range from silk and mother of pearl to fibreglass and silicone. At the core of her most recent work is an investigation into landscape, which for the artist includes the intimate landscape of the body, ideal or fictional landscapes and the physical world that surrounds us.

This exhibition coincides with Hayward Gallery’s 50th Anniversary in July. In her ambitious site-specific installation Weep into stones (2017–18), Lee Bul responds to both the fabric of the Hayward and its radical design by draping the gallery in a shimmering curtain of fine steel wire, crystal and glass.

Lee  Bul : Crashing is curated by Stephanie Rosenthal, Director, Gropius Bau, Berlin with Eimear Martin, Associate Curator and Bindi Vora, Curatorial Assistant.

Exposition à Berlin :

Martin-Gropius-Bau, 28 septembre 2018-5 janvier 2019

 

Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre 

Belvedere road
London SE1 8XX 


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