19. Ko, Seung-hyun (Korea)
Unserland at Ahlheim-Licherode
A long curved pine tree with branches is transformed into a musical instrument which took the traditional Korean Kayagum as an example. A part of the tree became the resonance body. Bridges hold the strings and visitors are invited to play, but also the wind awakens the instrument to life.
Ko, Seung-hyun. (image clwc)
Ko, Seung-hyun carving. (image Angelica)
Source material. (image Angelica)
Helena examines as Ko plays the Kayagum. (image clwc)
Helena and her mother play the Kayagum. (image clwc)