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Common Front, Affectively Artist Talk, Performance
Nam June Paik Art Center holds artist talks and performances of the 2018 special exhibition Common Front, Affectively. This exhibition is particularly driven by the fact that social media become part of everyday life, and the arena of public discussion is situated to link online and offline, which make social emotions to take on a new form, and sensorial perceptions to follow a new course. Common Front, Affectively is to show different standpoints of contemporary art about the propagation of emotion and sensation. These events will provide you an opportunity to help more understanding of exhibition and it participating works.
■ Artist Talk I
Yang Ah Ham, Shim Bo Seon

Yang Ah Ham, The Sleep, 2016, two-channel video installation, color, sound, 08:00
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Yang Ah Ham, A Sketch for an Undefined Panorama, 2018, single-channel video, color, sound, 10:00
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Date
4.14 (2-4 pm)
Speaker
Yang Ah Ham (Artist), Shim Bo Seon (poet/sociologist)
Venue
Seminar room, Nam June Paik Art Center 2F
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■ Artist Talk II
Hyewon Kwon, Daum Kim
Hyewon Kwon, See You at the Barricades, 2016, 8-channel HD video installation, color, sound, 10:47
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Daum Kim, Blind Land, 2016, 4-channel HD video, 8-channel audio installation, color, sound, 09:00
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Date
4.21 (2-4 pm)
Speaker
Hyewon Kwon (Artist), Daum Kim (Artist)
Venue
Seminar room, Nam June Paik Art Center 2F
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■ Artist Talk III
Everyday Practice, Katarina Popović

In Artist Talk III, design-based artists of this exhibition will give a talk about graphic design as social statements and practices. You will find the broadened horizons of design from two-dimensional printed media to spatial installations, interdisciplinary research and performance stages by these artists who lay emphasis on collaborative approach to design.

Everyday Practice Katarina Popovi

Exhibition view of Common Front, Affectively, Nam June Paik Art Center, 2018
1-Installation-View

Everyday Practice (EP) is a graphic design studio founded by Joonho Kwon who studied communication design in the Royal College of Art, and Kyung-chul Kim and Eojn Kim who worked together with non-profit organizations in Korea. EP carries out a series of self-initiated projects embodied with social messages as well as collaborative projects with different non-profit organizations and cultural institutions. Their own projects include None of My Business (Korean Society of Typography, 2013), You and Me Interconnected (2014), Nobody Deserves a Death Simply Because They Took Such a Ship (2014), Life in Seoul (Alliance Graphique Internationale Special Project, 2016), Why Do I Resent Only Small Things (World Script Symposia, 2016), NIS.XXX (2016). They held a solo exhibition Means of Movement in 2017.
The Discreet Charm of Marxism – a six course dinner & discussion performance, 2013 – ongoing
2-dinner-05-roast 3-dinner-08-buffet

Katarina Popović (1974, Belgrade, Serbia) works in fields of visual and performing arts, and graphic design in culture and activism. Her multidisciplinary practice includes: re-interpretation, re-examination and expansion of the basic syntax of printed media, process design, interdisciplinary projects (Edition: 1-6; Straitjackets 1&2), collective authorship (Antijargon, Polygon). Member of editorial collective of TkH (Walking Theory) platform for contemporary art and theory (2012-2017) and graphic designer of TkH Journal for Performing Arts Theory (2007-2017). She collaborates and participates in research and working processes with many authors and initiatives on various artistic, activistic and performance art projects (Bojan Djordjev, Siniša Ilić, Tomi Janežić, Nicoline Van Harskamp, Nomad Dance Academy, Per.Art, Station Service for contemporary dance, Reconstruction – Women’s fund, Stealth). In 2014 Popović received 10th Grifon Award for best poster design.

Reservation
Date
May 19 (2 pm)
Speaker
Everyday Practice, Katarina Popović
Venue
2F Seminar room, Nam June Paik Art Center