LEESANG ART SPACE hosts Song Kwang-chan's solo exhibition, "The Eyes of the Queen," from Saturday, January 13, 2018 to Monday, January 29. The works showcased in this exhibition are those that project the eyes of the Joseon Dynasty's queen to the four palaces of Korea through infrared photography, expressing temporal and spatial seriality. This exhibit introduces total of 10 works which include installation works and representative photographs. LEESANG ART SPACE offers an opportunity to look at the new perspectives of up-and-coming contemporary artists and to think about the continuity of real time through "the Queen's Eyes." From modern times, it is temporal reasons that have connected the specific present and the human finite nature with the infinite,beyond the barrier that cannot be overcome. Hegel talks about the continuity of space and the actuality of time. He says space and time have evolved from one systematic reason, and that the pattern of time development in nature is a conceptual time that humans perceive and regard as an absolute present eternity. The physical space where the queen existed now exists here, but it is the artist's work that confirms the chain of time between the past and the present. According to Hegel, space is only three dimensions without distinction or discrimination, which is indiscriminate, abstract and continuous. Song Kwang-chan's photos tell of the unfamiliar gaze that sits behind our familiar view of perceiving space and discovering images. This gaze leads us to meet images in a different way from the perception that the existing visual system has learned. The familiar view of the Four Dynastic palaces is perceived as unfamiliar to us through infrared filters. The camera's view finder captures the eyes of the Joseon Dynasty empress who looks at the palace inside the pavilion 600 to 700 years ago, and allows the subjects, writers and viewers of the photos to be on one extension.