|Period|||2021.03.26 - 2021.11.28|
|Operating hours|||10:00 - 17:30|
|Space|||Clayarch Gimhae Museum|
|Address|||275-51, Jillye-ro, Jillye-myeon, Gimhae-si, Gyeongsangnam-do, Republic of Korea|
|Closed|||Mon., Jan. 1st, Korean holiday(closed on the following weekdays if Monday is a national holiday)|
|Web site|||홈페이지 바로가기|
The elongated, colorful houses of <Unusual Villages> are villages filled with the imagination of children, which cannot be seen in city apartments or cement-filled spaces. Say hello to the people outside the circle window, or look into the house through the window. Take a stroll while looking at the fish floating in the sky and the convex pond. Byeolbyul Village is waiting for your imaginative friends. - Han Kyung-hee, who recreates threads, needles, sewing machines, and pieces of fabric through sewing, is a fabric drawing artist. In her work, the artist expresses abstract ideas that accompany the dichotomous relationship of “in” and “out” such as communication, happiness, and self in human life. Geometric space installations in which a three-dimensional string is drawn out with a full-coloured fabric and then connected with a loop or cut and connected in a new form is prepared by the artist to become a playful and enjoyable story. Writer Han Kyung-hee says that contemporary art is when her works, which contain her own unconscious intentions, communicate with viewers in the exhibition hall, wear various emotions, and be newly completed. Her fabric drawings by her artist are finding free artistry through these attempts.