The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea (NMOCA) has opened an exhibition titled ‘Art Folly 2012_Cubrick’, a work by architect Chanjoong Kim to the general public. The exhibition will run from January to June just outside the museum in the plaza of Seoul Grand Park, under the concept of ‘A Meeting of Art and Architecture’, as part of the public art project of NMOCA. With the start of “Cubrick”, this exhibition will expand the scope of conventional art to several outdoor spaces.

The work was created by stacking 42 cubes made of fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP). The architect made only one type of 3D-cube, which has six different kinds of surfaces.
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