Invisible Forest (2021)


Solo Exhibition at Clayarch Art Museum, GimHae, South Korea (April 2021 ~ August 2021)

Exhibition Page

*Clayarch Art Museum is a public contemporary art museum that is specialized in ceramics and architecture. The museum has been selected as the Best Public Museum by Korea’s Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in 2021 and the architecture is the winnder of Asia Design Prize 2020.

Selected Press:

KBS (Korean Braodcasting System) News
Busan Ilbo 부산일보
The Hankyoreh News 한겨레
Gimhae News 김해뉴스

Invited Presentations:

Museum of Arts and Design Seoul Foundation of Arts and Culture


Curated by Jiyoun Jeong at Clayarch Museum
Funded by Clayarch Art Museum & GimHae Cultural Foundation
Exhibition staff - Jungyoon Choi, Jungwon Kang, education team
On-site Installation - Midiart
Fabrication/consturction - gomdesign
Sound design collaboration - Jesse Simpson
Technical Consultation - Michael Simpson
Video/photo - Jung Seungyong @yonyori 
And many more!

Invisible Forest
(2021) is a large-scale interactive spatial installation. The viewer can experience a forest through sound and light responding sensitively to their movement in an empty room full of fog that blurs their vision. The viewer is invited to slowly walk in the space while perceiving and feeling different parts of the forest by awakening and integrating their senses. Invisible Forest is also accessible to low-vision and blind visitors.

The piece was commissioned for the Clayarch Art Museum in South Korea and is currently on-view until August 29, 2021.

Yeseul Song