20th of September 2014 Operamarun the other performance in Seoul Guri Art center. These series performances in 2014 run with Children Education’s goal in Opera and Art Performance culture and manner. Subject in those performance series going back to social problems in dramatic art perspective.
Do Ho Suh’s floating fabric structures explore the concept of “home” and the relationship between the nomadic artist and his temporary living quarters. The South Korean sculptor recreates his former residences — crammed studios, traditional family units, Manhattan pre-war apartment buildings — in diaphanous silk or polyester, which he suspends over a metal framework, giving these solid structures a tenuous, transitory quality. Read more! The South Korean Suh first received art-world attention with “Seoul Home/Seoul Home,” in which he replicated his childhood home, a traditional hanok in the Seongbuk-dong neighborhood, in gossamer jade-colored Chinese silk. Since then, the nomadic artist has paid homage to his young-adult apartments in New York City and Berlin.
By Raquel Laneri
Images: via the Leeum Samsung Museum of Art
“Ansan Culture and Arts Center” Some technical engineers explained about some concert halls in there and also technical information about movable stages, sound equipments and many kinds of spotlights, lights and light filters those use for performing.
South Korea, Seoul, Sangam Dong, DMCC Bulding is welcoming to Operama Arts Administration Research Institute (OAARI) Professor Claudio Jung is director of this non-profit organization and research planning.
27th September 2014 in Operama prelude ceremony over than 300 guests from entertainment companies, musicians, singers, TV reporters, Newspaper,… were invited and will be magnificent ceremony with the concepts of 3D (Digital, Dramatic, Diverse).
The Operama Arts Administration Research Institute (OAARI) acknowledges that the arts have lost its place caused by diminished value and therefore puts research for the present and the future as the basic philosophy. By implementing specific targeted research and approaching from various angles will create values that are presently absent and will ensure these values do not remain just as an abstract. OAARI first understands the classic and the modern. OAARI’s objectives are to reject prejudice and unilinear dichotomy of fine arts and popular arts and to perform detailed analysis on hidden pros and cons of their structure, philosophy, characteristics of the medium, and etc. At the same time, OAARI focuses on developing fusion contents that have eliminated the gap between fine arts and popular arts and ultimately presenting a new paradigm. We are living in a digital world where indiscreetly exposed to a plethora of unfiltered information. OAARI studies how to overcome the issues people are facing in diachronic and synchronic perspectives.
The Operama Arts Administration Research Institute shares the solidified end results from the above process with one another.
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