The Former Armed Forces’ Gwangju Hospital, 2019
A scaled-down architectural model of the Former Armed Forces’ Gwangju Hospital is captured by the panning camera installed in its interior space. The actual building in which the model sits and the space recreated with foam boards are therefore simultaneously projected onto the walls in real-time. As the viewers walk around the structure, they become observers and subjects of recording at the same time. The projections capture our movements as we weave through the interior and exterior space, the real and virtual realms, the past and present moments. They also implicate minds and spirits that float in between these zones. Through such intertextuality of the installation, the viewers are invited to perceive, experience, and regenerate new landscapes of the mind.