National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, 5 July – 9 OctoberOver the course of a five-decade career, public space – both in the sense of a space that assembles or constructs a public and in the sense of a space for making things (such as trauma, discrimination and political oppression) public – has become Polish-born, New York-based Krzysztof Wodiczko’s medium. And to some extent the potential of public space, as both a revelatory and healing force for society,…
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