I remember my first encounter with a media art exhibition. I fell for the feast of colors and light being painted onto the huge screen canvas. Shocked by the extraordinary art that I had never experienced before, I went to see the exhibition again and again in the following days. Currently open in Bunker des Lumières in Jeju-do Island and Arte Museum in Gangneung and Yeosu, media art exhibitions have been well received by the public and emerged as a trend.
Ground Seesaw effectively serves as a novel cultural complex, designing and presenting exhibitions that have gained successive traction and favorable reviews. Followed by the photo exhibition, Yosigo, at Seochon and Accidentally Wes Anderson at Seongsu, a new exhibition will be opening in Myeongdong. In the upcoming exhibition, Ground Seesaw Myeongdong, where the massive space turns into a giant screen, meets the new media creative studio, OUCHHH.
In this exhibition, you can enjoy the flagship works of OUCHHH, where their cutting-edge technology builds onto the crude concept of “turning data into art” and are then implemented through visual performances.
Illusionary and surreal digital paintings offer a thrilling and impressive experience. Leonardo da Vinci: The Wisdom of AI Light sheds light on the masterpieces of the great Italian artist through an AI brush. Data Gate awakens the desire to explore by presenting a surreal time and space of an extrasolar planet based on NASA’s AI astronomical research data. The Musician’s Brain offers an experience of falling into the inspirations of artists by turning the brain waves of a musician into visual performances.
Come and enjoy the surreal experience of high-tech media art at Ground Seesaw Myeongdong, which presents an experience of seeing the things we saw in the past from a new perspective.