‘CAMPFIRE 2015’ is a work originating in from the question of relationship. This is a study on the formation of relations within a specific given situation such as a space surrounding a character around a campfire and its atmosphere. I also wanted to search for a myriad of new relationships which are created in the exhibition between individuals in the audience, space and the installation itself.

‘fire’, 1 of 3ch video work ‘CAMPFIRE 2015’, 17 min, 2015.

 ‘Fire’ is one of the work of multi-channel video installation of ‘Campfire 2015′. On a monitor placed on a wooden frame, the image of the burning process of the firewood in the campfire is repeatedly reproduced.

‘CONVO.’, 1 of 3ch video work ‘CAMPFIRE 2015’, 17 min, 2015.

 One of the multi-channel video installations, ‘convo.’, which is projected from a beam projector on a screen made of wood panel, shows the characters who talk during the candle ceremony.


‘man’, 1 of 3ch video work ‘CAMPFIRE 2015’, 17 min, 2015.

 The video work ‘man’ that recorded the assistant in the candle ritual at the campfire is repeatedly played on the monitor placed on the chair. This work plays a role in leading the whole story, It also carries out a kind of systematic role of inducing and controlling participation.

‘text’, single channel video, 00:01:19, 2015.


Burning the remaining ones‘, After the remaining campfire ashes, Variable size, 2015.


‘Each candle ceremonies’, Three candles, variable size, 2015.

 Charcoal left on the campfire, and the remaining candles moved to the exhibition space. These are direct and physical proofs of the situation at the time of shooting candle rituals in a typical Korean campfire. It contains only the past events that are ‘just so’ rather than the purpose of representation. There is no direct narrative there, but it is the proof of an event that acts as a trigger to those who have experienced campfires.



‘text’, single channel video, 00:01:19, 2015.


‘fire’, 1 of 3ch video work ‘CAMPFIRE 2015’, 00:16:58, 2015.



Exhibition views, 2015.