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Jung-Wook Mok

Figure 01, from 'The Urban Topography Research'

Course: BA Photography, London College of Communication

 

The personal experience of being unable to revisit demolished and redeveloped areas of Seoul where the photographer grew up instigates this project.

Working with footage taken from various sources, Mok attempts to reproduce the diverse moments of ‘explosive demolition’ as a significant symbolic event, and transformation of the urban environment. Triggering lost memories, the intention is not only to capture the whole passage of demolition in one picture, but also to re-visualize the abstract, ambiguous character of the transfiguration by employing a long exposure.


Figure 02, from 'The Urban Topography Research'

Course: BA Photography, London College of Communication

 

The personal experience of being unable to revisit demolished and redeveloped areas of Seoul where the photographer grew up instigates this project.

Working with footage taken from various sources, Mok attempts to reproduce the diverse moments of ‘explosive demolition’ as a significant symbolic event, and transformation of the urban environment. Triggering lost memories, the intention is not only to capture the whole passage of demolition in one picture, but also to re-visualize the abstract, ambiguous character of the transfiguration by employing a long exposure.


Figure 01, from 'The Urban Topography Research'

Course: BA Photography, London College of Communication

 

The personal experience of being unable to revisit demolished and redeveloped areas of Seoul where the photographer grew up instigates this project.

Working with footage taken from various sources, Mok attempts to reproduce the diverse moments of ‘explosive demolition’ as a significant symbolic event, and transformation of the urban environment. Triggering lost memories, the intention is not only to capture the whole passage of demolition in one picture, but also to re-visualize the abstract, ambiguous character of the transfiguration by employing a long exposure.


Figure 04, from 'The Urban Topography Research'

Course: BA Photography, London College of Communication

 

The personal experience of being unable to revisit demolished and redeveloped areas of Seoul where the photographer grew up instigates this project.

Working with footage taken from various sources, Mok attempts to reproduce the diverse moments of ‘explosive demolition’ as a significant symbolic event, and transformation of the urban environment. Triggering lost memories, the intention is not only to capture the whole passage of demolition in one picture, but also to re-visualize the abstract, ambiguous character of the transfiguration by employing a long exposure.


Figure 05, from 'The Urban Topography Research'

Course: BA Photography, London College of Communication

 

The personal experience of being unable to revisit demolished and redeveloped areas of Seoul where the photographer grew up instigates this project.

Working with footage taken from various sources, Mok attempts to reproduce the diverse moments of ‘explosive demolition’ as a significant symbolic event, and transformation of the urban environment. Triggering lost memories, the intention is not only to capture the whole passage of demolition in one picture, but also to re-visualize the abstract, ambiguous character of the transfiguration by employing a long exposure.


Figure 06, from 'The Urban Topography Research'

Course: BA Photography, London College of Communication

 

The personal experience of being unable to revisit demolished and redeveloped areas of Seoul where the photographer grew up instigates this project.

Working with footage taken from various sources, Mok attempts to reproduce the diverse moments of ‘explosive demolition’ as a significant symbolic event, and transformation of the urban environment. Triggering lost memories, the intention is not only to capture the whole passage of demolition in one picture, but also to re-visualize the abstract, ambiguous character of the transfiguration by employing a long exposure.


Figure 07, from 'The Urban Topography Research'

Course: BA Photography, London College of Communication

 

The personal experience of being unable to revisit demolished and redeveloped areas of Seoul where the photographer grew up instigates this project.

Working with footage taken from various sources, Mok attempts to reproduce the diverse moments of ‘explosive demolition’ as a significant symbolic event, and transformation of the urban environment. Triggering lost memories, the intention is not only to capture the whole passage of demolition in one picture, but also to re-visualize the abstract, ambiguous character of the transfiguration by employing a long exposure.


Figure 10, from 'The Urban Topography Research'

Course: BA Photography, London College of Communication

 

The personal experience of being unable to revisit demolished and redeveloped areas of Seoul where the photographer grew up instigates this project.

Working with footage taken from various sources, Mok attempts to reproduce the diverse moments of ‘explosive demolition’ as a significant symbolic event, and transformation of the urban environment. Triggering lost memories, the intention is not only to capture the whole passage of demolition in one picture, but also to re-visualize the abstract, ambiguous character of the transfiguration by employing a long exposure.


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