“Hidden Track”

9 Jul

Sung Won Kim is a Professor who works in National Seoul School Technical University, he was invited to this exhibition. He suggests showing the Korean art world record producer “Hidden Track” word as the exhibition concept. “Hidden Track” means mainly by musicians unpublished works snippet editor included in the record last and does not mark the subject, which is called “Hidden Track”. Exist in the hot track, new song, complete unknown in the track between the “Hidden Track” forms part of the unpublished tracks, the sound is unique, diverse situation, a meaningful opportunity to understand the musicians on the other hand the music world. Sung Won Kim try to expand from a different angle as short as 20 years, as long as 30 years, has been hard to go its own “road” “Five or six years old,” the creation of artists the world. This exhibition is mixed all artists’ thinking. “The known artists are familiar with the works; only in the thought of “Hidden Track” will be the review of their creative world and more than 30 years long journey special “instant”.


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Sung Won Kim tried to make the musical theory transfer to artist, making the artist to review more about their “creating road”. Many artists may feel lost in their roads; people will still have confused time. This exhibition can let not only the artist but also people to think in the thought of “Hidden Track”. But this exhibition is difficult to the people. It just can make artist talk to artist. People can’t discuss and understand the meaning. Alike in the 1970’s Modernist Art, to reduce the art meaning and make people confusing about the artist’s thinking in the art work.         



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