Edouard Malingue Gallery is delighted to announce Samson Young’s latest manifestations in the international exhibition, ‘Reenacting History_Collective Actions and Everyday Gestures’ at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA), Korea. Focusing on body, gestures and its relation with artistic mediums, represented here will be the myriad forms and techniques used by the artists and collectives from Korea and abroad, in portraying the social, historical, and cultural conditions from the 1960s to the present day. On view will be Samson Young’s ‘Liquid Borders I’ (2012) which signifies the fluid nature of sturdy borders that could disappear, change and transform at any time.
Reenacting History_Collective Actions and Everyday Gestures Samson Young
‘Liquid Borders I’, 2012-14
Graphical notation, sound compositions, annotated cartography