Our general perceptions, or in other words the constant sense of what we take for granted; how does their change present aesthetic experiences? Jeong Jeongju is an artist exploring the ways of human perception. The artist seeks to capsize our perception in the simplest way possible: through simultaneously reversing the size of space and person. The artist’s small-scale buildings cause the audience to look relatively large, empowering them with a particular relative power. It is post-human, or perhaps deity-like power that is to be omniscient and omnivident of the subject. As the audience freely explores the scale model, they inadvertently flip over into the fold as part of the artwork.
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