Choahnsan Project

living in the city wild

living urban wild



Set up a paper shelter on the Choahn mountain and record the changes in the senses that will last for 30 days. Tyvek’s design and production of tents will be made entirely of architectural elements, and tents will expose artists and architects’ everyday life and work to the outside world.



resisted project on Changdong residency of the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea(MMCA). early 2018

Localness is a fundamental of the project. Half of Dobong-gu is bounded by mountains and development-restricted areas, which keeps nature wild. The experience of the nature in the city centre is the foundation of the project.

The frame design of the tent is aimed at realizing that it is easy to assemble and disassemble, it is easy to move, and the structure of proper strength against external stimuli is maintained in a solid state for a certain period of time.

This is a process art where, during a month or longer, the changes in sensation that will be felt in camping are documented, drawn, photographed, recorded in audio and video, and archived in various forms as vibrational perceptual experiences between city and nature.

Space and objects that were used and created during camping will be archived so that everyday and artistic thoughts may rediscover.