Some kind of playful stories with mentality of traditional craft such as cross-stitch or embroidery, OOMLEO’s pixel arts conveys more than a modern digital computing. With advance technology in 3D graphics and animations, pixel art loses some of its use, but increases in its charismatic of media at the age of ‘low resolution’. In the scene of OOMLEO’s stories, a game is fused into art, asking audience to form up their own stories in parallel with his own.
In Seoul, South Korea’s National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, visitors are finding a peculiar, life-size home nested within the walls of another home.
The full name of the 12x15m (40x49ft) giant installation is "Home Within Home Within Home Within Home Within Home" (집 속의 집 속의 집 속의 집 속의 집), and it’s the largest work by Korean artist Do-Ho Suh (서도호) to date. Made to scale out of layers of translucent blue silk, the two houses are exact replicas of residences the artist lived in as a child in Korea and in the United States. The effect is a pair of disorienting, 3D blueprints that visitors to the Seoul Box area of the museum can walk through until 14 May 2014.