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All About Empress Chung

The only South-North Korea’s co-produced animated feature Empress Chung will be screened in the theaters again, along with an exhibit that highlights its value. The exhibition will include original drawings and characters, as well as flip book, AR experience zone, and the overall coproduction process with 4.26 Animation Film Studio.

  • DateAug 17th(Sat) ~ Aug 20th(Tue) 11:00~19:00 (20th: ~16:00)
  • VenuePIPFF Ground

People in GAESEONG INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX

People in GAESEONG INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX exhibit exposes complex borders between the hierarchy of employees at Gaeseong Industrial Complex, co-existence of capitalist greed and socialist greed, separation and peace, and at last, dramatic tension and commonness of ideological perspectives towards the complex. It doesn’t stop there, but it focuses on the elements that generate peace throughout such relationships. This special moment where people from the South and the North lived together for over a decade has gradually become an obvious part of their life. In this exhibit, you’ll see their daily lives and the objects they used. Despite the peaceful internal relationship, the external view on Gaeseong Industrial Complex has raised the negative tension, which led to its closure, adding the industrial complex project onto North Korea’s sanction list. Gaeseong Industrial Complex is no longer our own place―it has become a place that reflects the current international society, a place one can ruminate. Gaeseong Industrial Complex, which was a peace symbol in this era of separation, has become a historical scene that remembers the past that is at a pause. Through People in GAESEONG INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX exhibit, PyeongChang International Peace Film Festival would like to bring out Gaeseong Industrial Complex from our memories and take it for the future.

  • DateAug 17th(Sat) ~ Aug 20th(Tue)
  • VenueOlympic plaza 2F
  • CuratorPARK Carey (Professor, Institute for Unification Education)
  • Assistant CuratorKO Hye-jin
  • Participating ArtistsYoo Soo, LEE Boo-rok, IM Heung-soon

End of The World And Missed Calls - Voices from Border

End of The World And Missed Calls is an interactive media art exhibit. During the first PyeongChang International Peace Film Festival, it will have the subtitle of “Voices from Border” You can record your messages on public phones and TEL:1522-4037 in the exhibit, small peaceful desires or things you so longed to tell others in this political and historical moment of the South and the North. The recorded messages will be carried into a dial phone installed somewhere else, which can be picked up by another visitor. This unique experience will enable visitors to share instilled stories and establish empathy as well as emotional exchange. After the exhibit, the voices will be played in DMZ.

Things you could hardly say later become 'missed calls'.
What is your untold message?
From hope for peace to the story that is inside your deep heart, leave any voices you couldn’t tell on the phone connected to the end of the world.
After exhibition, I will let your voices in the winds of DMZ, in between South and North Korea.

  • DateAug 17th(Sat) ~ Aug 20th(Tue)
  • VenueOlympic plaza 2F
  • ArtistSEOL Euna
  • FormatInteractive Media Art + DMZ Performance