To the furthest verge

10 Oct 2007 – 10 Nov 2007

I-MYU Projects

London, United Kingdom


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To the furthest verge


This exhibition pushes established convention to the edge. Three emerging Korean artists, Debbie Han, Ji-Yeun Hong and Dong Won Shin, challenge and provide unexpected twists on Tradition and Orientalism through their progressive art.

'Here and elsewhere to the furthest verge' is a line uttered by the antagonist Henry Bolingbroke in Shakespeare's Richard II (1593). A cunning and gifted challenger in disguise to the less competent but rightful king, Richard II, Bolingbroke pushes boundaries in order to take the crown. In a similar vein, this show illustrates the artist's explorations of their local and traditional origins to the furthest verge to assume their new place in a contemporary capacity.

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