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Sabrina Reiner Makohl Subject: Created Date: Druckvorlage DIN A4: Kariertes Papier 5x5 mm — Stilkunst. Though Herold born in and Yang are a generation apart, they work in the same miasma of post-abstractionism and post-conceptualism—an era of indeterminate ideology that has nurtured artists who probe both the social and formal underpinnings of art-making in the struggle to find some element of truth to call their own. She assigned a title to each of the timer-operated components and positioned them in different corners of the gallery.
Relational Irrelevance is a Spotlight whose beam was directed onto a two-meter-tall floor lamp in a redundant light-shining-on-a-light arrangement.
Suspended by wires in the middle of the room, the open pot-like Handful ofObscurity is an industrial humidifier that releases a continuous cloud of steam.
Possible Synonym ofSquandering comprises two infrared heaters mounted on poles. Here, three sets of black venetian blinds hung from the ceiling to delineate a space that housed a screen on which Yang projeeted two minute videos.
UnfoldingPlaces , shot in London and Seoul, shows a stream of loosely connected images includingtunnels, Street scenes, the corners of rooms and origami animals strewn in street puddles with a first-person voice-over narrating what Yang calls her "pursuit of place"—aneedotes and ruminations from her travels from Frankfurt to Seoul, Copenhagen and Tokyo.
The other, Restrained Courage , is a similarly styled video filmed in European cities and Seoul—Yang has held artist residencies in northern Italy, Paris, London, Tokyo, Utrecht and Los Angeles and now splits her time between Berlin and Seoul—with a voice-over describing stories of her "chosen loneliness.
Her videos, shot on multiple continents, come with lengthy voice-over narrations; her abstract installations are often connected to recondite historical episodes that require explanation in press releases. The works in the series can roughly be divided into two categories: those made by draping assorted lightbulbs over tall, free-standing racks that vaguely resemble floor lamps—made primarily earlier in the series—and those comprised of hanging arrangements of venetian blinds, a later development.
Nor are her artworks about ineidents from international left-wing political movements—the Communist revolution in China, the French Resistance, the German Green Party—that Yang cites as inspirations for many of her works. In that same interview with Choi, she commented: "I remained uninvolved in any specific political movement or activity, even if most of my surroundings, including my family, were directly committed to the leftist progressive movement in Korea.
A floodlight casts a circle of light on the floor and Spotlights mounted on the wall shine white light across the screens, creating layered shadows through the Cluster of blinds and evoking a rising or setting sun. Although in an email to ArtAsiaPacific, Yang describes the moving lights as "a kind of touching hands," there are no overt references in the sculpture.
Yang had the blinds—which came in a broad array of colors from purple to yellow to pink—cut into hexagons and octagons and painted with large white triangles.
Floodlights pointed at the floor faded on and off and wall-mounted Spotlights projected a corresponding pattern of triangles onto the blinds. On the wall were two circular mirrors at eye-level and what resembled a third mirror. That same month at Portikus, an exhibition space in Frankfurt am Main, Yang veered back into historical material, premiering "Siblings and Twins," a two-part installation.
Yang again represented the imagined meeting of Kim San and Nym Wales in China, this time in a larger arrangement of hanging red blinds and roving Spotlights entitled Red Broken Mountainous Labyrinth From this apartment, Duras and her husband Robert Antelme plotted for the Resistance.
These pieces of historical trivia link the figures behind 5, Rue Saint-Benoit through leftist politics and the fight against foreign occupation to Kim San and Nym Wales, and Petra Kelly and Gert Bastian.
The multi-room installation Yearning Melancholy Red featured arrangements of white and faux-wood venetian blinds, mirrors mounted on a central column, swiveling red and white Spotlights attached to the wall and three sets of infrared heaters and fans, which together create an exaggeratedly languorous atmosphere of warm air and red light.
Similarly, at the Turin Triennale in November , Yang showed Doubles and Couples , steel-framed forms on wheels or mounted to the wall with multicolored blinds and tangled Strands of lightbulbs, which echoed the materials and forms of 5, Rue Saint-Benoit. But here Yang eschewed the historical referents, just as in Series of Vulnerable Arrangements - shadowless voiee over three Yang echoed Yearning Melancholy Red and Lethal Love but left behind any narrative associations for references to her own earlier pieces, an indication that her subject is increasingly her own vernacular of abstract gestures.
With her vast geographical, historical and formal lexicon, what then connects the projeets of Haegue Yang? Or, in her words: "What in the world makes me keep such a great distance from the many urgent political issues and events taking place around me?
Yet, in this sense I am truly interested in how one could be a political being. Origami paper when it is folded reveals a new side; venetian blinds when unfolded subdivide a space while still permitting lines of sight and passage of light.
Yang folds tangles of lightbulbs over a Standing armature to create a form out of something formless, and mirrors fold space by bending light into a new direction. This destruetive-regenerative cycle, similar to the produetive recycling Yang does with her own projeets, characterizes her open-ended, non-ideological and transnational artworks.
Her series "Non-Foldings" , shown at Galerie Barbara Wien in April , are works on paper hung from clips on the wall to the floor, with a crystalline pattern of silhouettes created by spray-painting and then removing an arrangement of complex geometric origami pieces. In some, the negative shapes are made with white spray paint on black paper, in others with black spray paint on white paper. As she inverts inversed forms and juxtaposes the struggles of leftist radicals with her own experiments with abstraction, Yang admits, "Now I am completely lost.
I am still on my way. Yasmil Raymond: Haegue Yang Domus, no. The resulting video essays Unfolding Places and Restrained Courage depict a sensorial investigation of these cities.
Gathering her footage on a handheld camera, she moves briskly through hundreds of shots, passing through Spaces on foot or aboard trains, buses, cars or aeroplanes. Echoing the distinct haste of the traveller, her narratives are structured in the spirit of a moving collage, where contrasting opposites operate as guides. After a while, a streetlight morphs into moonlight, or the reflection of trees in puddles of water becomes another way of looking into the asylums of birds.
These images are not place-bound; their distinctive locations are rendered unperceivable, and their notion of "authenticity" interchangeable.
This process of Observation and alteration is also present in the manner in which Yang constructs space. Concentrating on the most precarious of details, she has made the condition of ephemerality a central aesthetic principle of her practice. In the installation Series of Vulnerable Arrangements - Blind Room, in the exhibition "Brave New Worlds" at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis , which serves as a viewing space for the video trilogy, she conceived an indoor pavilion that conceals as much as it reveals.
Slightly titled at 60 degrees, the shades let less than half the light filter through. Fronts and backs, positives and negatives are played against each other to form a moire of lights and shadows. Thresholds between each blind allow light to filter through vertically, while the open space below makes visible its interior: a quartet of chairs and stools, a table, electrical cables, and two freestanding lamps.
In front of us, a large white disc projected on the wall attracts our attention: an enormous Spotlight has been set up, perhaps for those who desire to be watched or listened to, or maybe neither. In the adjacent room is a table with objects laid on it, surrounded by a pathway that allows us to take a closer look.
An element of solitude permeates this area, as we understand before entering that the path is only wide enough for one person at the time. As a result, we must maintain a certain distance from both the person in front as well as the person behind.
A bitter smell similar to burning tyres greets us as we enter the space, reminding us what revolting smells like.
On the table, Yang has arranged a series of delicate light Strands, a number of colourful pieces of origami in the shape of stars, and placed photocopies of photographs on clipboards for us to observe. Annuity loan. Future value. Value Added Tax. Addition - Long. Binary numeral system. Divisibility Rules. Division - Long. Linear equation. Multiplication - Long. Order of operations. Quadratic equation. Roman numerals. Sets of numbers. Subtraction - Long.
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