Three Chinese artists eat meals with gallerygoers in a expansive, airy hall with a three-story ceiling. Using the left-over food, they write calligraphy. In another case, they sit down around a large round tea table, sipping tea and enjoying the bittersweet scent that fills the cups and the hall.
What seems like an ordinary social gathering is actually part of a performance by China's Yangjiang Group to blur the lines between art and life. The Seoul branch of the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA), Korea, joins hands with Korean Air to present their fourth joint project, "Korean Air Box Project 2016: Yangjiang Group, Calligraphy is the Way to Communicate with the Most Primal Power," to introduce the contemporary artists that create unconventional art and throw around interesting, thought-provoking ideas. Read More via YonhapNews.