Due to the global success of Koo Jeong A’s first augmented reality project, the Prerequisites 7 (2019) series is now available on the free Acute Art app for people to enjoy wherever they are.
Prerequisites 7 includes five animated drawings that can be placed on the wall, from a curious crouching frog to a flying woman, whose dress billows in the wind, in addition to the floating, translucent ice cube, density.
Each individual work started with pen drawings taken from her artist’s book Nomos Alpha (2018). Working with Acute Art, Jeong A’s sketch of density was rendered in 3D, which, using environmental mapping, reflects and refracts the surroundings of wherever it is placed: from a bustling city to the quiet depths of a garden.
Koo Jeong A’s ephemeral works usually highlight seemingly unimportant everyday items, which often border on the invisible. Her precise drawings explore the poetics of everyday life in humorous ways and within the medium of AR they come alive.
In 2019, density was extensively exhibited with institutions across the globe, including: the Fondation Beyeler during Art Basel 2019, Frieze Sculpture 2019 in Regent’s Park, the Julia Stoschek Collection in Berlin and SKATE at Somerset House among others.
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