Museum of Contemporary Art Korea Announces Nuclear Power Plant Art Project Yeonggwang 2010

. August 31, 2010 . 0 Comments

National Museum of Contemporary Art Korea announce official opening of Nuclear Power Plant Art Project in Yeonggwang and its first commissioned site-specific installation entitled, Earth – Water – Fire – Air by Kimsooja.

This project is the power plant’s first of the public art project series organized to transform the city of Yeonggwang into the place where man and the nature; energy and technology converge. World’s renowned artists are scheduled to create site-specific installations that deal with the nature and energy around the nuclear power station. Utilizing 1,136 meter long, 8 meter wide boardwalk on the breakwater toward a lighthouse at the end, this project marks first of many hand-in-hand efforts to announce its extended venues to other nuclear power plants including the ones in Uljin, Gori, Wolsung, etc.

www.moca.go.kr

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