Shinoh Nam’s work combines elements of an imaginary building that exists only in the architectural existence (created by the artist) with fragments of a symbolic building that exists in real life or fragments of an architectural structure that is essential in modern architecture. It makes the viewer forget the powerful essence expressed by the generally completed buildings. They encounter the feeling of seeing the relics lifted from the moment of ruin, and are able to cut, combine, and leave the elements of the building purely through the individual will.
Works from this artist
Shinoh Nam was born in Seoul, Korea in 1993. He now lives and works in Berlin and Düsseldorf, Germany.
Shinoh Nam studied at the Sangmyung University, Seoul, the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf and the University of the Arts, Berlin in the class of Monica Bonvicini.
His work has been featured in exhibitions at Bloom (Düsseldorf), Kunsthalle Dessau, Gallery Renata Fabbri (Milan), Gallery NADAN (Berlin), Karma international (Zürich), Gallery 062 (Chicago), REINRAUM e.V. (Düsseldorf) and Open White Gallery (Berlin).