Cho Soo-min, who will have a solo exhibition titled "VISIBLE, Invisible (VISIBLE)," will try to transform the exhibition itself into an existing medium, moving it beyond its usual viewing purpose. Alongside this change in the viewing attitude, the artist would like to make the documentation of an individual's time to be seen from a third party perspective (the viewer's point of view) and at the same time, have the viewer make a record of themselves in their own lives.
The artist's existing works focus on serving as a reminder to be conscious of the theme she covers: "the organic fruits of humans possessed by the record of time." Therefore, if the artist's existing works were aimed at being observed, then her new work addresses the same theme but is transformed into a medium that goes beyond being an object of observation to become a medium that offers experience and ownership. The transition from watching media to experiencing media is not only a change of form but also a recording of time; the entities of human heritage do not end with the eyes of others but is something created directly within your life and time.
The artist focuses on data visualization work that can reconstruct experience into a base format by reinterpreting data that records time into an organic image. In the data visualization work she began after feeling bored with records expressed only in numbers and text, the artist went beyond simply visualizing information transfer and paid attention to the sensitivity of the data itself. Based on the practical data on the relationship between people and matter, the author intends to implement experience-based visualization and installation as a medium that combines Graphic and Interaction.