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The space suggested by Roh Choong-hyun looks like a dreary city. The spaces he has handled primarily so far are parts of ‘Han River Citizens’ Park’, which are relatively familiar to us, but in designs or screens they are desolate with nothing therein. He dose not take photography of men or nature with the digital camera but contains the atmospheres he wants and prints out them onto the screen. In this process, the artist gradually controls his vague sense or emotion. Hence, Roh Choong-hyun’s works are landscape, which contain artificialspaces rather than depict the nature with grass or tree. They are called ‘Prosaic Landscape’ by the artist himself. As it is, the space in the screen look like being dead. Any monotonous life or expression is described as being nowhere

Na-young Huh

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