Min Ho Kim’s gaze is focused on a series of events, but while building up multiple scenes of places or situations, the events themselves become diluted. Usually, when the relevant data is gathered, the problem becomes clear. However, the artist shakes the associated images and takes new measures, refusing to confine the meaning to a perfect representation. He recommends diversified thinking through a more active deployment of ideas, moving away from the trap of tunnel vision which focuses only on the immediate event.
OCI Museum of Art