Jeong Haeryun’s WEB003 (2014) is an installation piece which discloses her personal experiences of the period of settling down in Korea after long years of staying abroad. As the title implies, the work consists of industrial equipments attached for a specific aim and they are complicatedly entangled under a certain regulation. Jeong attempts to visualise her contemplation of a situation: when various procedures and duties are demanded from associated members in a social network, an original purpose of their relationship steadily dissipates. Consequently, it is embodied in the installation figure uncannily occupying a space without providing an explicit reason for its existence.
Installation, Mixed-media Installation, Industrial Materials, Social Relations, Human Existence, Individual Desire, South Korea, Germany