▲ Drawings of Ideal Dwelling Space by Each Participants Attached on the Wall. Photographed by Youn Bo Hyun
From November 13 to 14, an exhibition for people living alone in current society was held in π-Ville 99 in Korea University (KU). This aims to set the stage for KU students of sharing diverse hopes about spending their time while staying home alone or with someone else living in a different room, under the same roof.
After walking into a big hall located on the second floor of π-Ville 99, visitors can find four booths. The first corner is “drawing spielraum,” which instructs participants to draw their dream house, as spielraum is a German compound word from spiel meaning “play” and raum meaning “room.” Other booths included “drawing a picture diary,” “making a bookmark,” and a photobooth to celebrate the visit.
The exhibition ran successfully for two days, empathizing with the life of people who live alone in this modern society. This was a meaningful time for not only each participants but also for the event organizer—2019 π-Ville Fun team—since it is the last event of this year hosted by them.