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Our stories: Whose Story Is This


 Each person has their own story. Can one's story present new awareness of the environment, human rights and gender? The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Busan is holding a special exhibition, "Whose Story Is This," Gallery 2 till March 5. In addition to the usual video media exhibits MOCA Busan hosts, this one focuses on two-dimensional paint-ings, installations and textile craft work. 

 The exhibition immerses visitors in target pieces and efforts. Artists Hong Young In, Suki Seokyeong Kang and Hong Soun weave together daily products to entice nostalgic moments. Nalini Malani presents an animation that connects 88 iPad drawings and reverse paintings. Also, Christine Sun Kim talks about cooperation and solidarity through the pieces using sign language.  

 In conjunction with this exhibi-tion, the museum has prepared participatory visitor programs. One such program, a grain experience workshop, "Nature Before Food," is held on the second Friday and Saturday of each month till the exhibition is over. Additional services, such as curator talks and sign language tours, are also available. 

※ MOCA Busan

Address: 1191, Nakdongnam-ro, Saha-gu
Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day. Closed on Mondays.