Beom Kim, ‘Residential Watchtower Complex for Security Guards’, 2016, STPI
Beom Kim, ‘Residential Watchtower Complex for Security Guards’, 2016, STPI
Beom Kim, ‘Residential Watchtower Complex for Security Guards’, 2016, STPI
Beom Kim, ‘Residential Watchtower Complex for Security Guards’, 2016, STPI

In this series of cyanotype and Vandyke prints, Kim presents imaginary architecture blueprints which propose impossible structures; for example, a residential watchtower complex, whose sole purpose is for security guards to watch over one another; or an seemingly legitimate underriver tunnel which leads not to the other side of the river, but instead back to where it came from. This is a humourous twist on the serious nature of architectural planning, and once again a play on perception.

Sold in a set of 3 prints.

About Beom Kim

Korean, b. 1963, Seoul, South Korea, based in Seoul, South Korea

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2016

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