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The Third Person's Point of View
At 13.1 gellery in Hong Ik university, Seoul, Korea.

Sep 14 - 30

StarCraft#3, 2008, oil on canvas, 259x167 cm.

This is a painting of the world famous StarCraft game screen.
This is not a painting of a screen capture of the game being played but that has been created by attaching the entire screen of  the game. Accordingly, the size of this painting is the physical size of a gamer controlling the game.
In addition, this painting depicts the games of very famous gamers. Accordingly, those who frequently watch the StarCraft game broadcasting will know the specific contents such as the corresponding gamer of the game scene and the gamer who won the game.



StarCraft#3, detail cut.



StarCraft#3, detail cut.



StarCraft#1, 2007, oil on canvas, 43 x 33 cm.

People who know about the game Starcraft can share their interpretations and thoughts more than those who don't know in this space (art museum) with this painting. This painting shows how exquisite and funny the situation it is, the situation in a certain minute and a certain second, and who is winning to people who know about Starcraft.  On the other hand, people who do not know Starcraft, even if they are art majors or art related persons, can't accurately interpret this magnificent and enthusiastic painting.



StarCraft#2, 2007, oil on canvas, 43 x 33 cm.




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