A star fell to earth, fused and melted together to the colorful and radiant Observatory installation, which first saw the star in the sky. The light of the captured star shines through the cracks and furrows of the stone observatory, it glows and pulsates. It's a piece of projected Kosmus on Earth. The historic Cheomseongdae Observatory gave me the influence to create this art installation in Korea.

Date

2018

Dimension

225 cm (88.6") x 115 cm (45.3") x 115 cm (45.3")

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