One of the UK’s representative film artists, Isaac Julien is presenting a solo exhibition, Playtime, at Platform-L Contemporary Art Centre for the first time in Korea until 30 April.
Throughout the extensive solo exhibition, Isaac examines inevitable and fundamental questions around capitalism, labour and the art market of our time.
His work engages with postcolonialism, migration and diaspora, racism and minor gender identities as thematic approach. The intrinsic contradiction and limits of capitalism is depicted in an apocalyptic tone.
The exhibition consists of three works including Playtime (2014), functioning as the major axis to the constellation paired to Kapital (2013), and finally The Leopard (2007), which renders historic traumas into a choreography playing on the border of life and death.
Isaac Julien: Playtime
- Date: 22 February–30 April 2017
- Time: Tuesday–Sunday 14:00–22:00 (Closed on Monday)
- Venue: Gallery 2, 3, Platform-Live B2F, Platform-L Contemporary Art Center
- Tickets: Adults 5,000 KRW / Students (age of 8 and 18) 4,000 KRW / Concession (over 65 and disabled) 4,000 KRW
- Booking information: Platform-L Contemporary Art Center Website
- Won the Semaine de la Critique prize for Young Soul Rebels (1991) at the Cannes Film Festival
- Venice Biennale (2009, 2015), The 7th Gwangju Biennale (2008), The 1st Prospect New Orleans (2008) and The 2nd New York Performa Biennale (2007).