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How Is Your Weather Today?
Yu Ye-jin  |  yui8878@hanyang.ac.kr
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[338호] 승인 2018.06.04  
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D Museum opens the exhibition “Weather: How is your weather today?”, which explores the sensitivity of various weather elements through images, videos, sounds, and installations.The exhibition is composed of three chapters, ‘The Weather Speaks’, ‘Talking to the Weather’, and ‘Remembering the Weather’, which includes the prologue and epilogue. The exhibition begins when the audience open the door called ‘Revolving Doors’ by Chris Fraser. If you turn the huge door that looks like a wall and enter the exhibition hall, you can encounter art pieces that will make you feel the sentiment of the ‘weather’ expressed. Additionally, there are works of Martin Parr, who captured the beach scenery with a delightful gaze, and images by Yoshinori Mizutani, who captured the elements of unpleasant weather through a lyrical gaze. Through the implemented fog effect in the exhibition hall, you can experience the mist and rain visual, physical and even in an auditory way as you experience the echoes of the collected rain sounds while walking along the 30 meters of dark corridor. You can finish the exhibition sitting on the floor as you watch a video created by Mark Borthwick. The artists of the exhibition, “Weather: How is your weather today?” give you the chance to take a fresh look at the memories and the feelings of weather somewhere inside you, perhaps through the uncommon gaze on weather that we have carelessly 

Price 9,000 won for Adults, 5,000 won for Students (Age 8-18), 3,000 won for Children (Age 3-7)

Opening Hours 10:00 – 20:00 on Friday & Saturday, 10:00 – 18:00 on the weekdays. (Closed every Monday). All tickets are sold until 30 minutes before closing.

Location D Museum, 5-6, Dokseodang-ro 29-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea neglected.

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