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Woojin Choi

Natureman Series IV

2010, Digital print, 44"w x 71"h

People always take benefit from nature and their surroundings; however, they give only pain in return. In downtown Detroit, a once flourishing metropolitan city, Michigan Central Station was effectively terminated due to the decreased number of train users. It was left unoccupied ever since. The presence of the iconic character, called Nature Man, among debris of destruction, is a gesture to protest against human’s everyday nature abuse. Throughout the series, Nature Man learns to integrate itself into its environment through various postures, such as standing, reclining and sitting positions, in effort to create harmony with demolition created by public apathy towards nature appreciation and conservation.

Woojin Choi - Natureman Series IV

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  1. Leila Matta says:
    May 11th, 2011 at 4:08 pm


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