“DON’T MAKE ME HIT THE GROUND”
A Solo Show by Hasisi Park
exhibition dates: 8 Feb – 28 Feb 2009
It is a summary of Hasisi Park’s photography works from the past two years in Seoul and London.
These selective works particularly represent her general point of view towards herself and the relationships, which is sad yet intimate and sometimes absurd yet poetic. tells that being insecure and vulnerable is hard enough, so just laugh and make a joke about our future and live our lives, although that’s what everyone does, so get more sensitive and have a crooked mind.
We struggle. We struggle and that’s why it’s sad but honest and beautiful. This is for the people who say ‘you don’t have to make me hit the ground anymore’ every moment of their lives.
“Don’t make me hit the ground” Opening Party — Sun, 8 Feb, 2009 / 8:00PM
Mark your calendars! We will be having a little opening party on Sun 8 Feb 09, 8:00PM.
There will be a screening of Hasisi’s short film “New Pornographers” at 8:30PM on the same day.
Admission is free & everyone’s welcome, but we’d appreciate it if you could RSVP via email to shini[at]casualpoet.com so we have an idea of who’s coming!
PS: Hasisi will also be present at the party and we know you want to meet her ;p
PS PS: everyone who remembers to RSVP gets one free drink (including alcoholic drinks)–on the house!
for more info:
casualpoet.com / hasisipark.com /