Working across sculpture and photography, the exhibition presents works from both Aporia and Day and Night Series by Jung Lee. Aporia, meaning “coming to a dead end” in Greek, was inspired by Roland Barthes’s “A Lover’s Discourse” that tells the story of the ineptitudes of people in love.
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