"Haegue Yang - Lingering Nous"
at the Centre Pompidou, Paris
The Korean artist Hargue Yang is known for his prolific and varied practice, which explores several disciplines, from collage sculptures to performance. Led by careful attention to the materials, research waging a personal interpretation of events and historical figures, philosophical references footprints and carriers with an emotional charge. As part of the year France-Korea, the Centre Pompidou presents Lingering Nous monumental production that is characterized by its physical and social dimension. Its deployment in large volumes on three floors, the work consists of Venetian blinds – the artist’s favorite materials – and invites to contemplation.
Until September 5th www.centrepompidou.fr