1-2. Asia Triennial Manchester 2018 Total View

3. Hyungkoo Lee, Instrument 01, 2014 / Hyungkoo Lee, MEASURE, 2014

4. Hyungkoo Lee, MEASURE, 2014, single channel video, screening, color, sound, 5min 8sec, Still image

5-6. Hyungkoo Lee, Instrument 01, 2014

157×90×52 cm aluminium tubes, aluminium, wood, leather, buckles, rivets, thread, wire, toe clips, bolts, nuts, screws, bearings, washers, copper nails, steel horseshoes(1), horseshoe nails, horse tail hair

7. Hyungkoo Lee, Instrument 01, 2014 / Hyungkoo Lee, MEASURE, 2014

8. Jimok Choi, Frame, 2018

9. 2 x 145 x 19 cm, Wood (Crucifix)

10. Jimok Choi, Window, 2018, 74 x 165 x 5 cm, Acrylic mirror, Wood

11. Jimok Choi, No Exit, 2018, 94 x 152 cm, Nylon (Union Jack)

12-13. Jimok Choi, Message Table, 2018, 60 x 215 x 70 cm, Enamel paint, Massage table, Mirror foil

14. Jimok Choi, Antigravity System, 150 x 85 x 226 cm, Enamel paint, Inversion table Reversing goggles

15. Jimok Choi, Neverlast, 2018, Punching bag 35 x 100 x 35 cm, Wall mount bracket 67 x 73 x 33 cm, Enamel paint, Punching bag, Microfoam beads, Wall mount bracket, Boxing gloves

Photo by Seulki Ki




if you are not a bird





Jimok CHOI

Hyungkoo LEE




The Holden Gallery, Manchester School of Art
06 - 19.10.2018 

Manchester Metropolitan University

Grosvenor Building

Cavendish St

Manchester M15 6BR



ATM18 Symposium


The Whitworth

University of Manchester
Oxford Road
Manchester M15 6ER





Jimok CHOI is an artist and a performer based in Berlin. He focuses on identity issues by using frames; he cuts and rearranges existing objects to reverse their order or position. He participated in the group show (ulti)mate Event at Diskurs Berlin in 2016 and 2017 and the Art Space Tetra, Fukuoka in 2017. Since his first solo exhibition at the Muthesius Kunsthochschule, Kiel in 2013, his works have been exhibited in Germany and Korea, including the Künstlerhaus in Laurenburg and the Underdog Gallery in Hamburg in 2014, Den Ort verlassen / ALLES MUSS RAUS in Berlin Weekly in 2016, the Space O’NewWall in Seoul in 2017 and the KUNST & CO in Flensburg in 2018. He is a recipient of the Künstlerhaus residency program in Lauenburg in 2014 and won the 2014 Muthesius Prize by Muthesius foundation in Kiel, Germany.



Hyungkoo LEE is an artist and a sculpture based in Seoul, South Korea. Majoring in sculpture at Hongik University in Seoul, he moved to New York and later received a master’s degree in sculpture from Yale University in 2002. Lee has been recognized for his cartoon figures with skeletons. He explores the idea of motion or perception by transforming the appearance or creating fictional animated characters with bones. He represented South Korea in the 52nd  Venice Biennale in 2007, as the first artist presented alone when the Korean Pavilion was run in 1995. In 2008, he was invited to the Natural History Museum of Basel, and his Animatus was exhibited at the Polytechnic Museum in Moscow in 2015. His works have been widely exhibited, including Royal College of Art, London in 2008 and 2015, Institute Valencia d'Art Modern, Valencia, Spain in 2009, Spazio Lightbox, Venice in 2013, and Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Norway in 2016. He is a recipient of MFA Grant Program by Joan Mitchell Foundation in 2002.



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