When I noticed some moments from my studio window in its prosaic reality, I started to make a “list” of these accumulated moments of lights and colors in time suggesting a flow of unconsciousness. Ironically, throughout the seasons with endless changes of light and shadows, I became to numb to time. I have been in the midst of a meditation, which extended both through my visual and psychological plane.
Seoungho Cho (KR), born 1959. He received his M.A. from New York University. He received a Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship and the Grand Prize at the 27th Black Maria Film Festival. Cho’s solo exhibitions have included The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Montevideo, Amsterdam and LeeUm Museum of Modern Art, Seoul. His installations have been selected for the permanent collection at such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York, LeeUm Museum of Modern Art, Korea and at the Los Angeles International Airport. In 2012, Cho’s Buoy was presented as a massive multi-channel installation in Times Square, New York, a collaboration between EAI and the Times Square Alliance. Cho’s tapes have been broadcast nationally and internationally. He lives in New York.