Laughters, fresh air, rustling noises… A series of moving images from our daily lives play at a distance. The viewers are encouraged to sit on a tilted chair. The chair, sinking into blackness, places the viewer in complete isolation.
COVID-19. It distanced us from what we deemed ‘normal’. Moments that were once a part of us turned into moments that we could no longer reach. We were driven into isolation; our actions were often driven by fear.
Sitting on a tilted chair, we reflect on our moments in the dark. White water drops slowly bleed into us, one by one, revealing our feelings. F e a r : H e r e intends to recollect our moments of fear. The words on images portray each individual’s unique experience.
“it is filled with moments
that approached me
as if it is a part of me.”
“It all sounds so vibrant. I look up,
searching for those moments.
but it wasn’t really here.”
“It was here that I finally faced Fear.”
Heesun Park was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. She is a visual artist who loves to work with installation, photography and moving images. Her works expand upon her experience of Korean culture as a teenager, breaking away from the standards that are often imposed by society. As she continues to grow her identity, she hopes to share her moments—to draw attention to our society.