The Seoul Museum of Art presents sanghee song‘s solo exhibition Homo Natura, featuring six new works commissioned by the museum for this exhibition.
sanghee song is a new media artist who uses “transmedia storytelling” as her personal language, she combines different genres such as music, drawing and literature in a video installation. This technique allows the artist to explore and reveal the contradictions of modern society.
The title Homo Natura refers to Nietzsche’s “Beyond Good and Evil”, where the philosopher criticised the absolute dualism represented by the notion of good and evil.
sanghee song began her career reflecting on images of women in Korea, but has extended her research to a broader framework, such as life alienated by social conventions, hierarchies, wars, colonial views and capitalism.