<Temp’L> mixed word
using ‘temporary’ and ‘temple’ by architect Shin Hyung-chul (shinslab
<Temp’L> as pavilion
for temporary installation during summer season
The architect focused on the
concept of readymade in modern art in order to recycle 'old ship,' the largest
structure created in the 20th-century industrialization era and incorporated
new contemporary issues such as recycling and environmentally friendliness and
expanded the boundary of architecture and modern art. This massive metal
structure situated at the entrance of the museum's courtyard encourages
curiosity and becomes an invitation to visit the project.
The finalists for <Young
Architects Program 2016> shinslab Architecture (Shin Hyung-Chul), aDLab+
(Kim Sungwook and Jeon Youchang), Studio Origin (Kim Young A and Lee Kang Jun),
Youm Sang Hoon, and BARE-Bureau of Architecture, Research and Environment (Jeon
Jinhong and Choi Yuni), are introduced in Gallery 8. The materials from their
presentations, such as drawing, sketch, model, films, are displayed.
Young Architects Program(YAP) was begun at the Museum of Modern Art in New
York in 1998 to discover and foster young and talented up-and-coming
architects. The program later expanded to include CONSTRUCTO (2010) of Chile,
MAXXI (2011) of Italy and Istanbul Modern (2013) of Turkey. YAP was hosted by
Seoul, Korea for the first time in 2014 at MMCA Seoul.