Unlike other collapsing games, such as crumbling sand castle with a flag on it, the key concept of Jenga is that the player must put the subtracted block onto the top of the structure. Consequently it results in poor foundation and risky elevated height. Each jenga I made is a model of certain societies - some found its own balance, some fixed with bond, some even collapsing. We are all living in jengafield in some way, to be higher, to be on top. But nobody knows how it will end. Some mistakes do happen when following unconditional development.
Based in Seoul, my fundamental artistic interest is a space, where human beings create, dwell in, and sometimes demolish. A space itself stands for a people who
By exploring spaces, and even creating them, I’m doing an anthropological investigation.
A very exciting series of images that become kind of 'sculptures of collapse'. The photographer has become a performer here and played a lot Smith mistakes and failure. The image with the coffee filters is my absolute favourite in how unexpected an image can be. Congratulations with this work.