The World We Made Jeju
<The World We Made> pays attention to the mass production of hate and hate expressions that cause hostilities among many people not only domestically but also around the world. The exhibition presents ‘Another Point of View’ through collecting actual situations in the past and visual interpretations of artists in one place.
It is spring, My son
Käthe Schmidt Kollwitz
<It is spring, My son> aims to present a message of timeless “empathy” through art works of a previous generation artist and connecting with <The World We Made>, which is an exhibition on the first floor. Following her gaze, we hope to establish a place for a timeless love for humanity and a strong bond of sympathy between us. In this exhibition, <It is spring, My son>, 32 prints and 1 sculpture will be displayed.
The World We Made
The APoV Exhibition stemmed from the thought, “that simulation may be the most direct and the fastest way of understanding other’s minds and empathiz- ing with them?” The World We Made was planned so as to allow the audience to experience the theme of empathy through an all-rounded simulation of the human senses, and then to store it in one’s memory. It had a slightly different composition and story to tell compared to other art exhibitions.