Inspired by the famous Dream of journey to peach blossom land by Korean painter An Gyeon (1350–1447), Peach Garden offers a free wandering in a beautiful and surreal garden where the laws of nature are completely disrupted.
Peach Garden is a sensory journey, with no real beginning, middle or end, where the spectator is dazzled at every turn and is able to create his own dialogue with an amazing environment. In a world where we are constantly running after time, after a goal, it’s an invitation to wander, and to enjoy “simply being present”.
Hayoun Kwon is a Korean multimedia artist, co-founder of Innerspace VR studio. She develops her work around narration and construction of the individual and collective memory. Exploring the possibilities offered by new technologies to play with the confusion between real memories and dreamed actions, between faithful testimony and fantasized interpretation, she questions what is transmitted, what makes a trace or sinks into oblivion. Her work has been shown at Cinéma du Réel festival (Centre Pompidou/Paris) and Doc Fortnight (MoMA/New York).