At the Corner
“At the Corner” is a site-specific projection installation that reflects Kang's interest on the materiality of light generated by a projector. To explore, Kang intended not to build or add anything but to incorporate the intrinsic elements of the space. In “At the Corner”, Kang integrated the corner space of the gallery with projection. Using the narrow passage connected to the next room as her canvas, Kang created trompe o'leil effects that seem like lights come from the space behind, or filter into space through the shades. However, these lights and shadows are illusions created by the animation meticulously projected onto space.
At the Corner, projection mapping installation, dimension variable, 2013
At the Corner, slide show