Modern Death Landscape
What will happen to our body after we die? Where does it go?
The scene is comprised of three segments shown in one expanded landscape: the story of a boy's precious voice disappearing due to the sudden appearance of a crocodile; the Tibetan funeral culture of giving away a corpse to vultures; and the Korean national faith represented through a deer, one of the objects of longevity and worship of nature. In a narrative scene with an absence of figures, humans reveal their existence by returning their bodies to nature. I hope this work will give the audience an opportunity to rethink postmortem.