▲ Unperfected Paintings Attached on the Wall. Photographed by Youn Bo Hyun
From November 20 to 27, π-Ville 99 holds its last exhibition of this year. The main theme of the exhibition is about incompletion, which is a common thing people could face but eager to escape. Although most people pursue the completion of their work, this event shows another perspective to visitors that incompletion has more positive aspects than one might think.
When entering the exhibition hall, which is on the fourth floor of π-Ville 99, visitors can see the huge television (TV) monitor showing a series of short clips. On the other wall, there are many unfinished drawings and several photographs. The common feature of the artworks in this event is that all of them are left unfinished. According to a commentary of the event, these uncompleted works do not show the end or death of something but rather inspire the audience to infinite possibility and liveliness of everything in present days.
This exhibition seems more impressive in the sense that it is the last π-Ville 99 exhibition before the year ends. Ending and completion could be thought of as the lack of possibilities to change, but this event shows the possibility to move forward as we face a new year soon.