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Kim Ku-lim, born in 1936 in Sangju, Gyeongsangbukdo province, pioneered a unique creative career without ever receiving formal art education, and led groups such as Painting 68, A.G. Group, The Fourth Group, all of which left significant footprints in Korean avant-garde art. Furthermore, through inter-genre creative activities—such as happening, installation art, mail art, body painting, land art and experimental film—he created sensations in Korean art world in the 60s and the 70s, a period during which all attention were drawn to painting and sculpture.
THE MEANING OF 1/24 SECOND
1969 / 16mm / color / silent / single screen / 11' 00 / 50 €