Don’t Compress Me
Date: 18 NOVEMBER
Time: 16:00 – 18:00
Venue: SADHANA DELL ARTE
Open To: 20+ yrs
Max Participants per Workshop: 10
To find movements that cannot be compressed easily by video codec algorithm, participants are required to move suddenly, un-continuously, and randomly. To achieve this, participants have to fight against their trained habits – logical thinkings.
Hojun Song is an artist who prefers to discover niches of technology and to mix them together. By detecting these niches he uses them as means of social commentary or as objects to express aesthetics. He likes to use microprocessors, sensors, PCB, and aluminium as textures and paints. His work has been exhibited internationally, and has been featured by reputed publications like BBC, The Telegraph, Reuter, Radio Nederland Worldwide, Deutschland Radio, New Scientist Magazine, Wired (UK/US) Magazine, Vogue Korea, Dazed & Confused Korea, etc. Hojun Song’s work is about creating narratives and drawing out questions around absurd the objects he makes, like radiation jewelry and ‘the strongest weapon in the world’. Recently, he launched his own small satellite, via the Open Source Satellite Initiative. Through his work, he likes to question some of the conventional thoughts on art, design and science.
Support this radical and new platform to help redefine learning for all ages and enable collaborations for a better society.
Partners and Supporters
EMBASSY AND CULTURAL SUPPORT