Yoon Wonhwa, a visual culture researcher, wrote a series of articles. Focus on the place where the exhibition is placed and talk about the exhibition. Exhibitions move places in the form of images and data and change their appearance in various ways. These articles look back on the places where exhibitions appear.

Yoon Wonhwa is an independent researcher, art writer, and translator based in Seoul. She is the author of Picture, Window, Mirror: Photographs Seen in the Exhibition Space and On the Thousand and Second Night: Visual Arts in Seoul in the 2010s. She co-curated ‘Human Scale’ at the Ilmin Museum of Art and co-produced Soft Places for the Seoul Mediacity Biennale 2018.

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