Colorful as the city's movements, flamboyant as Berlin's characters. From the showboxes of POP KUDAMM's Creative Village, moving sculptures by contemporary South Korean artist VAKKI are transcending the Kurfuerstendamm.

With her colorful sculptures and video installations, VAKKI draws attention to energies and dynamics created in the process of moving people and objects as they pass by. These energies are transformed into geometric structures and kinetically set in motion together. 

In doing so, VAKKI sets strong optical stimuli while at the same time linking to the early 1980s through her visual identity. The resulting color bursts are the basis of her work, which explores the cycle of existence through various media and interprets it into kinetic works using graphics and motion.

POP KUDAMM is proud to present “Rhythm of rules and irregularities,” featuring works by VAKKI. Large-scale kinetic installations developed specifically for POP KUDAMM will be showcased from April 28.

About the artist:

VAKKI is a contemporary artist from South Korea. She currently lives and works in Seoul. She is working in a broad spectrum of visual arts focusing on videos, interactive media, space, three-dimensional installations and sound in her projects.

Her artworks have been shown in numerous national and international exhibitions including Amsterdam, Berlin, Thailand, and New York. She was introduced to the German audience with “Showcase in Berlin” – an exhibition presented at Platoon Kunsthalle Berlin.

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