Krzysztof Wodiczko Instruments, Monuments, Projections

Mark Rappolt on the Polish artist’s experiments in social space

By Mark Rappolt

My Wish, 2017, multimedia installation, variable dimensions. Courtesy the artist and MMCA, Seoul.

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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