Here and There, Together
Jungsuh Sue Lim

13.12.23 22.12.23

Jungsuh Sue Lim examines the theme of loss and mortality, drawing from her personal experiences. Through her art practice, Sue explores how individuals can make the most of their lives in the face of irreversible farewells and confront the emotions that accompany loss.

As part of her residency project, Sue installed Here and There, Together, a multi-sensory installation performance that immerses the audiences into the artist’s re-interpreted ceremony for the beloved souls. Combining elements of Korean, Mexican, and Northern Argentinian offering tradition, Here and There, Together suggests to consider the emotional attitude those who left behind can carry. The artist invited the audience to take part in the performance, by “Eum-bok; drink blessing” (음복, 飮福) together after the offering ceremony. Sue introduced sculpted animal-shaped empanadas with flavors of ‘mixed feelings’ (sentimientos mixtos) in a game of words with ‘mixed fillings’.

The two meat flavours were 1) salty chorizo and fermented spicy Kimchi dumpling filling; 2) nutty savoury Korean beef bulgogi with sweet and sour criolla filling. The two vegetarian flavours were, 1) Spicy kimchi tofu dumpling filling; 2) mild tofu and sweet and sour criolla filling. And the sweet desserts and cakes of Argentina to remember the sweetness of our joyful moments together alive or dead. The edible printed drawing represented a body accompanied by Kkokdu; fellow travellers of the dead in Korean tradition. Sue encouraged the audience to embrace all the flavours of life with a napkin stamped with a drawing of the Jacaranda flower’s life cycle.

May your days be flavoured!

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