‘Multiple Mourning Room’, 2012
Digital color print, size variable, courtesy of Greene Naftali, New York

The second digital wallpaper print in an ongoing series by Haegue Yang and Manuel Raeder.
Haegue Yang's works in the exhibition are situated within the context of a large-scale digital wallpaper print, made in collaboration with Berlin-based graphic designer Manuel Raeder. Depicting an inverted urban Asian landscape, ‘Multiple Mourning Room’ brings together images ranging from the artist’s own work to bonsai trees and Shinto grave markers within an impossible virtual space. Time and physicality are collapsed into an otherworldly panorama, positioning the viewer within a disorienting phenomenological field and catalyzing associative relationships.

Available via Greene Naftali


First row of images: installation view of ‘Multi Faith Room’, Greene Naftali, New York, USA 2012
Second row of images: installation view of ‘Vom Eigensinn der Dinge’, KAI10/Raum für Kunst. Arthena Foundation, Düsseldorf, Germany, 2013 
Third row of images: installation view of ‘Multiple Mourning Room: Mirrored’, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, USA January 19, 2013-March 30, 2014  
Fourth row of images: i
nstallation view of ‘Shooting the Elephant 象 Thinking the Elephant’, Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea, 2015