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[Me Too Artist #2] Hannam-dong, “Me Too Artist” Alley 2. Gather-the-ball-billiards

By SeoulStoryMaster 2019-11-26
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Heading to the opposite side of Blue Square,

walk down for about 10 minutes and turn left into the alleyway.

Between normal buildings, you’ll find a vividly decorated,

unique place named Gather-the-ball-billiards.


The billiard hall, which was left in a remote alley of Doksuedang-ro, Handang-dong,

was remodeled into an exhibition space under the slogan,

“The Secret Project Space of D Museum.”



Gather-the-ball-billiards opened in 2012 and introduced various projects.

In 2017, it moved and expanded to an alley located 3 minutes away

from the previous space and has carried out various programs

such as exhibitions and performances since




The exhibition of <Gather-the-goods-mart>,

which is currently being held on the 3rd basement floor,

has unique space composition,

which will confuse you as to whether it is a billiard hall, or an exhibition, or a mart.






Gather-the-ball-billiard is also available for rent,

and it continues its identity as a culture and arts space

where anyone can easily drop by and enjoy.

Gather-the-ball-billiard is growing,

as well as lowering the hurdle for art that is difficult to understand,

and providing a colorful art experience,

providing more chances for artists, audiences, and local residents to communicate.

 

 



Written by Freelance Writer

Leu Min-Jung




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