nathalie djurberg: 'turn into me' at prada transformer
 
nathalie djurberg: 'turn into me' at prada transformer nathalie djurberg: 'turn into me' at prada transformer
aug 14, 2009

nathalie djurberg: 'turn into me' at prada transformer

‘turn into me’ at prada transformer photo: prada

nathalie djurberg: ‘turn into me’ prada transformer, seoul august 15 – september 13, 2009

the exhibition ‘turn into me’ by swedish artist nathalie djurberg is the third cycle to of the OMA designed prada transformer in seoul. the exhibit is a collaboration between the artist and fellow swede, composer hans berg. for the exhibition, djurberg has covered the interior of the structure with white felt to envelop the space. within this she has created a series of intervention that take the form of object installations, projections and drawings on the felt itself. djurberg‘s intent is to create ‘a cave of the unconscious and oneiric’. the floor is covered in grey felt and features a potato, a dolmen and two small whales all light ominously. as the viewer explore the space the tone of the art is reinforced by music composed by berg.

http://www.fondazioneprada.org

prada transformer in seoul photo: prada

‘turn into me’ at prada transformer photo: nacasa & partners

‘turn into me’ at prada transformer photo: prada

‘turn into me’ at prada transformer photo: prada

‘turn into me’ at prada transformer photo: prada

‘turn into me’ at prada transformer photo: prada

‘turn into me’ at prada transformer photo: prada

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