The exhibition ‘Beyond the Borders’ intends to interact with an undocumented minority group- based in or -oriented project in Metropolitan city London. The 21st Century’s borderless nations have shifted the conception and lives of the world population which has resulted in ambiguous identities and unsettling difficulties determining mulptiple origination cultures. To understand something of this ambiguity, artistic collaborations in neighbourhoods can reveal invisible phenomena. The most important aspect of ‘Beyond the Borders’ is its reversal of power relations. To understand something of this ambiguity, artistic collaborations in neighbourhoods can reveal invisible phenomena.
The most important aspect of Beyond the borders‘ ‘ is its reversal of power relations. As an initial project, Joseonjok who areis ethnographically between Chinese and Korean immigrantstes in the UK will be examinedled to beyond most assumptions and preconceptions of the viewing audience.ple brought to it. For this, none of the artists in this project is known as an artwork maker, but, all should be known for being superior collaborators. Beyond the Borders The artist Jina Lee considers the border as a form of social activity and cultural production, which needs to be deconstructed. Her map-drawings examine the role of cartography as an analytical and critical methodology and reinterpret Joseonjok’s social status.
The curator Boram Jang will provide the recovery time to redefine their identity between Mainland Chinese and Korean by searching for their ancestors. The artist Sujeong Paik represents the human imperfection by means of blurring the faces and drawing the movement of people. In this project, she will draw a portrait to describe Joseonjok’s instability. The artist Pei-Fen Lee questions how the city image can influence the place in terms of creating an economic impact. By doing so, she will take photography of New Malden and explore the impact images have in a real place. As an initial project, Joseonjok who are ethnographically between Mainland Chinese and Korean immigrants in the UK will be examined to beyond most assumptions and preconceptions of the viewing audience. The project will proceed from March to June and the outcomes will be exhibited in August at the Crypt Gallery for three weeks in 2017. For this, none of the artists in this project is known as an artwork maker, but all should be known for being superior collaborators. The next project will searching for other ambiguous minority communities in London. The artist Shao-Jie Lin attempts to re-visualise anthropological and geopolitical facts by means of imaginative sensibility. The new ways in which border, mobility, equality and justice manifest themselves will be explored. He will produce a video which connects Joseonjok’s diasporic sphere across the world together via Google Street View. The artist Youjung Lee and Jinseon kim will produce a promotion video which shows the prejudice against the minority group Joseonjok.