From around 2007, South Korean artists Moon Kyungwon and Jeon Joonho found that they were increasingly selected to participate in group shows alongside each other. As such, they regularly shared time and space, either in gallery installs or on journeys to or from them. On these and other occasions, they often found themselves chatting about their work?within the context of those exhibitions?and a healthy critical dialogue developed. Out of that sprang deeper conversations on the value of the contemporary art world they each inhabited and operated in, and the implications of?as they saw it?the oft-disposable nature of the artwork and, in turn, the very role of art and artists.
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