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Amor 2.0: cómo disfrutar la pareja con imágenes

Son artistas, pero él vive en Seúl y ella en Nueva York. Utilizan Instagram para fortalecer su relación y compartir, pese a la distancia, una vida como si estuvieran juntos.

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La tecnología avanza y hoy permite que las relaciones a distancia no sean tan complicadas como lo solían ser en el pasado. Danbi Shin y Seok Li son artistas de Corea del Sur que intentan vencer los kilómetros  que los separan a uno del otro.

La pareja encontró en la fotografía esa manera de sentirse conectados, mientras ella se encuentra en Nueva York estudiando y él continúa con su vida en Seúl, Corea del Sur.

 

03 : Pass / 지나감 (2015 Triumphal Arch, Washington square Park NY / 서울 서대문구 독립문) 우리의 시간이 지나가면 우리의 이야기도 지나갑니다. 우리의 지난 시간을 기억하고자합니다. 그대의 어젯밤이 지나면 내가 그 밤을 오늘과 함께 받겠습니다. - When our time passes by, our story also passes by. Let’s remember our time that had passed by. When your last ‘night’ passes by, I will receive it with the offer of ‘today’. - The new collage presented by ShinDanbiLiSeok, which usually focuses in the realms of installation art and media art, is a project created by the two in different places while sharing their daily lives. The two artists are currently far from each other in Seoul and New York. We adjusting the position of the phone call and smooth paste take photos. This project name is “Half&half". Their art started with a simple thought of wondering if anything can be created while being away from eachother. The photos are taken simultaneously despite 14 hour difference. The project aims to discover the similarites during the course of a completely different lifestyle between New York and Seoul. - #신단비이석예술 #SHINLIART - NewYork in SHINDANBI Seoul in LISEOK - Art Collaboration - Half&half PROJECT_Collage_2015 #USA#KOREA#한국#미국#뉴욕#서울#홍대#디자인#예술#예술가#전시#사진#콜라보레이션#콜라주#롱디#럽스타그램#커플#디자이너#아트디렉터#LDR#longD#사랑#art#artist#halfnhalf#halfhalf#combo#half

Una foto publicada por LISEOK ✖️ SHINDANBI (@shinliart) el

A partir de las redes sociales, impulsaron un proyecto llamado “Half & Half” mitad y mitad, que trata de realizar un collage. colocando una fotografía similar de cada uno, cada uno en su país. 

 

신단비이석예술. SHINLIART.

Una foto publicada por LISEOK ✖️ SHINDANBI (@shinliart) el

 

01 : Meet / 만남 (2015 Brooklyn Bridge, NY / 서울 덕수궁 옆 돌담길) 길을 걷다가 그대를 마주합니다. 우리는 같은 시간 다른 공간에서 같은 마음으로 서로를 바라봅니다. 그대가 보고싶고 그대를 만났습니다. - I stand before you after a walk. We gaze at each other and share the same feeling at the same time but from a different place. I miss you and I have met you. - The new collage presented by ShinDanbiLiSeok, which usually focuses in the realms of installation art and media art, is a project created by the two in different places while sharing their daily lives. The two artists are currently far from each other in Seoul and New York. We adjusting the position of the phone call and smooth paste take photos. This project name is “Half&half". Their art started with a simple thought of wondering if anything can be created while being away from eachother. The photos are taken simultaneously despite 14 hour difference. The project aims to discover the similarites during the course of a completely different lifestyle between New York and Seoul. - #신단비이석예술 #SHINLIART - NewYork in SHINDANBI Seoul in LISEOK - Art Collaboration - Half&half PROJECT_Collage_2015 #USA#KOREA#한국#미국#뉴욕#서울#홍대#디자인#예술#예술가#전시#사진#콜라보레이션#콜라주#롱디#럽스타그램#커플#디자이너#아트디렉터#LDR#longD#사랑#art#artist#halfnhalf#halfhalf#combo#half

Una foto publicada por LISEOK ✖️ SHINDANBI (@shinliart) el

Aunque existen 14 horas de diferencia entre ellos, la pareja comparte su estilo de vida a través de su cuenta de Instagram. Lo que comenzó como una forma de compartir cosas juntos, a pesar de la distancia, se convirtió en una “inspiración” para los 80.611 seguidores que tienen en la red social.

La pareja intenta que las imágenes sean lo más similares y simétricas posible. Bajo el sello artístico que crearon, “ShinLiArt”, la pareja coreana logró exponer sus fotos, convirtiendo su amor en todo un arte.