Landscape of Joseon Dynasty

Landscape of Joseon Dynasty

Landscape of Joseon Dynasty

In the late Joseon Dynasty in the 18th and 19th centuries, writers were planting their own gardens in their imaginations. It has established itself as a culture because you can enjoy tasting to your heart’s content without being restricted by economic conditions. The exhibition “Fantasy Garden”, a modern reinterpretation of “Fantastic Garden” culture, will be held at Deoksugung Palace. This exhibition is the fourth “Deoksugung Project” to be held, and through the park, we look back at Deoksugong’s past and reconsider the value of the park today. In this exhibition, 9 teams of experts from various fields will participate, including installation artists, sculptors, landscape architects, animators, botanists and artists of intangible cultural heritage. Each perspective and story interpretation of the garden is embroidered throughout Deoksugung Palace.
In the late Joseon Dynasty in the 18th and 19th centuries, writers were planting their own gardens in their imaginations. It has established itself as a culture because you can enjoy tasting to your heart’s content without being restricted by circumstances
In Deok Soo-jung’s mansion, there is a book by Kwon Hye-won called How to Imagine a Tree (2021). “We have inherited the garden from history, but we have never heard of the people who take care of it,” he said, imagining the five gardeners who would have taken care of Deoksugung Palace. Gardeners include not only humans, but also birds and non-humans whose identity is unclear. In front of Junghwajeon, Genie-seo’s The Ilbo Il-kyung (2020-2021) was pinned. A copper cube hanging on a magnificent pillar of Seokjojeon in the foreground and on a pillar reminiscent of the portico of the now-disappeared Junghwajeon Hall. When the wind blows, it makes the landscape sound, and a grid-shaped shadow forms on the ground that changes according to the light. Kim A-yeon (Professor, Seoul City University) presented “Garden Carpet” (2021) in front of an actual garden by researching the Seokjojeon reception room carpet patterns and dancheong patterns of traditional buildings in Deoksugung, while media artist Ye-seung Lee 21 used reality technology augmented. The virtual century garden “Shadow Garden: Blurred Overlapping Lights” (2021) and “Gugok Soyo” (2021) were presented. In addition, this gallery, where you can see the gardens imagined by Yoon Seok Nam, Kim Myung Beom, Hwang Soo Rou, Lee Young Bae, Seong Jung Sang, and Shin Hye.

 

Landscape of Joseon Dynasty

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