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Sylbee Kim Garden of Regrets (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Sindoh Art Space, Seoul.
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Sylbee Kim Garden of Regrets (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Sindoh Art Space, Seoul.
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Sylbee Kim Garden of Regrets (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Sindoh Art Space, Seoul.
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Sylbee Kim Garden of Regrets (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Sindoh Art Space, Seoul.
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Sylbee Kim Garden of Regrets (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Sindoh Art Space, Seoul.
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Sylbee Kim Garden of Regrets (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Sindoh Art Space, Seoul.
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Sylbee Kim 'Pagoda' (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Sindoh Art Space, Seoul.
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Sylbee Kim Garden of Regrets (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Sindoh Art Space, Seoul.
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Sylbee Kim Garden of Regrets (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Sindoh Art Space, Seoul.
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Sylbee Kim 'Gatekeeper 2 Sportsperson' (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Sindoh Art Space, Seoul.
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Sylbee Kim 'Study of Coiling Movement' (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Sindoh Art Space, Seoul.
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Sylbee Kim 'Apple of Your Eye' (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Sindoh Art Space, Seoul.

The fundamentals of life and death in Sylbee Kim’s Garden of Regrets

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Sylbee Kim presented solo exhibition Garden of Regrets at Seoul’s Sindoh Art Space which opened March 5 and ran to April 27.

Sylbee Kim ‘Study of Coiling Movement’ (2018) Installation view. Courtesy the artist + Sindoh Art Space, Seoul.

The Berlin-based artist presented a series of works, including a single channel video that indicates “the sense of missing a deed that could never be achieved or events that could never occur, after the actual moment,” a series of 3D prints and digital prints, 8 freestanding mirrors placed in a circle facing outwards as well as a large-scale snake graphic spanning the hall floor of the gallery.

Sylbee Kim’s installation explores the fundamentals of life and death, using biblical references of the serpent and garden to play with our idea of past, present and future and how it relates to desire and regret.**

Sylbee Kim’s Garden of Regrets at Seoul’s Sindoh Art Space ran March 5 to April 27, 2018.