seoul: jenny holzer

for over 30 years artist jenny holzer has transformed public systems of display into the forms that shape and hold her art. while lingo always has functioned as holzer's primary medium, it can't be dissociated from the ingenious of bodies that hold the text, from posters, bronze plaques, and marble benches to electronic signs and light projections. the exhibition that opens today at kukje gallery presents two new large-scale electronic signs, an arrangement of marble footstools, and a selection of her pigment prints that give a continuing presence to past projections. each electronic sign is programmed with a selection of the artist’s writing [on through oct 16]. location: 59-1 sogyeok-dong [jongno-gu]. © kukje gallery