Like sand used to make a castle

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In a short story by Korean author Kim Jung-Hyuk, one of the characters distinguishes good instructions from poor instructions. Good instructions draw up a clear outline in the head of the reader while poor instructions pile up information haphazardly, like sand used to make a castle.

Like sand used to make a castle is an interactive exhibition created during our first stay in South Korea, where are presented the works of artists, curators, architects, musicians, tattooists, cartoonists, french as well as koreans.

For each of them is dedicated a room, building up a mnemonic architecture: our castle, at the boundary between documentation, exchange, archive and exhibition.