A System of Interiority

2014 / Hand-shredded Silk Flower Petals, Cement Stones, Mirrors, Glass Panels, Dirt, Broken Pots, Lighting Panel, Lighting Controller
28 ft x 28 ft x 15 ft 

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The collaborative installation engages lighting designer, Rebecca Makus and writers, Kristin Juarez, Lilly Lampe, and Ruiyan Xu. The exhibition includes a collection of objects and materials including powders, silk flowers, dirt, and broken pots. These objects are laid on to multiple platforms around the gallery space, which include a cement floor, glass floor, and a light panel. The writers’ texts exploring ideas of personal and theoretical interiority rotate on the gallery walls every two weeks. A System of Interiority invites the viewer to experience the installation over time as the light changes – this transformation of space is an essential part of perception and understanding of surroundings. This collaborative installation is a continuation of Hur’s ongoing narratives of loss and rupture. The exhibition is a provocative exploration of materials and lighting that are intended to facilitate dialogue about the notion of psychological, interior space.

Atlanta, GA / Get This! Gallery

Weiskopf, Dan, “Gyun Hur’s Ironic Interiority,” Burnaway, February 3, 2014

Koi, Meredith, “Reminder: We Are Perceiving Bodies: Observations of Four Works on View in Atlanta,” Bad At Sports, January 23, 2014

Feaster, Felicia, “Meditation on light, perspective, and ‘interiority,’Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 16, 2014

McClure, Faith, “Review: Still spare and sensual, Gyun Hur’s work deepens in A System of Interiority at Get This!,” ArtsATL, January 15, 2014

Vega, Muriel, “A Few Questions with Gyun Hur,” Fresh Loaf, Creative Loafing, January 13, 2014

Alexander, Andrew, “Gyun Hur Goes Beneath the Surface,” Burnaway, January 3, 2014