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JUYONG . EXHIBITION AT MOCA, SHANGHAI. ̼

Lees work in this exhibition is a single installation of three works: Lakeside, Infinite Boundary and Red Island. Consisting of photographs of stones and clouds, and a photograph of ocean on a red pillar, this installation is like a prose of poetry. The smooth stones that have endured time capture time immemorial unknown to us and the blue sky with white clouds always comfort and give us hope. The gentle surface of the sea is smooth and calm, but throws the viewer into an uncertain state of insecurity, casting questions about the identity of oneself and others. As long as his photographs are silent, its not easy to unearth the secrets of our origin. It leaves us asking what it is that makes us reach beyond the ordinary life to communicate with the mysterious world.
The stones at a quiet lakeside hold memories of upper regions. I collect those memories. In the collected nature, one finds the whole in its part and is taken off into other trajectories. At the horizontal extension of resurrected memory rests another memory, or the encounter with a completely unexpected memory leads the trace of thought into a totally different direction. The trajectory about the past drawn through the information of time and place of things collected in nature, or through the memories of present time, might stay in one place, or expand into the future. Ultimately, the fragmentary information holds the memory of the many and unspecified persons, and this exhibition is where the irregular trajectory of memories of the many and unspecified persons is laid out. ?Lee Juyong