Im Heung Soon on 'Brilliant Ideas'

Jan.22 -- Striking, complex, and deeply moving, the poignant video works of Korean-born artist Im Heung Soon deal with serious local and international issues like war, poverty and state repression. Unveiling the nuances of trauma and turmoil faced by his female subjects, Im Heung Soon’s work crosses the boundary between documentary film and art, combining interview footage with surreal, dreamlike montages and re-enactments.(Source: Bloomberg TV - Markets and Finance, January 23, 2018 at 01:28AM)

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