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Gallery Reis is pleased to announce the Singapore inaugural exhibition “Under the Full Moon” by Korean artist, Han Jinsu. Featuring 14 works, Korean artist Han Jinsu’s exhibition “Under the Full Moon” will explore definitions of identity in various contexts through the use of kinetic art. Jinsu, born in 1970, is a leader in this particular field. This exhibition suggests the identity confusion the artist has felt through repetitive travels from the US to Korea. This intended display of tension is evidenced in a bubble machine that rotates on a toothed wheel in minutely set speed, constantly shooting bubbles in the air. According to the unpredictable flow of air and gravity, the bubbles fly freely and leave their own marks on the walls and floors. The exhibition is in essence a “live” scene capturing the collision of seemingly incompatible elements such as emotion vs. rationality, past vs. future, human vs. machine, dystopia vs. utopia.