This special inaugural exhibition <Post Nature> commences from Ulsan, which is the symbolic city of Korean industrialization. After the transition from an agrarian society to an industrial society, Ulsan has extensively exploited the ecosystem to maintain the economic development of the world as well as Korea. Furthermore, 'Capital' and 'Order' promise us to make our future more efficient by devouring the notion of ecology. However, this aspiration of the brilliant future brought pandemic and global crises that shattered our everyday life.
The 'Post' which is translated as 'After' in the exhibition's title has various meanings such as 'behind' and 'the following'. 'Post Nature' imagines the world we will advent through expanding humans and ecosystems to the future. <Post Nature: Dear Nature> does not simply present the ecosystem which humans can change, but reminds the complicated sense of intertwined history and cultural policy. The exhibition will not only raise the awareness of nature in danger, but reset our ecological sensitivity beyond the previous dichotomous perspective of human and non-human and provide a multilayered opportunity to think about "what is living in solidarity."
Camille Henrot, Zheng Bo, Ayoung Kim, Hong-Kai Wang, Ruangsak Anuwatwimon, Sebastian Diaz Morales, Meiro Koizumi, Akira Takayama, Jungki Beak, Jongwan Jang, Hito Steyerl, Cécile B. Evans, Shu Lea Cheang, Nam June Paik, Yan Lei, Alexandra Pirici with Performers Jared Marks, Liliana Ferri, Patrick Ziza, Gabriele Bagdonaitė, Yurika Yamamoto, Viktoras Fedorenko
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