Opening: Wednesday 24 April 17:00h
Exhibition until: 19 June

With the development of digital dissemination, it has become easier for people to share their daily lives and expose themselves to social media. Even someone can photograph you or stalk your day easily. In the case of South Korea, digital crime cases, especially targeting women, are increasing rapidly, and the biggest social issue among them is hidden cameras. The exhibition throws a thought about how much of our private lives are exposed online, and how powerless it can make us feel. The disruption and instability in public spaces - such as women’s toilets, dressing rooms, etc. - which should naturally be safe and reliable. But women are facing anxiety, burden, and risks due to those using public spaces while trust in the system has been broken.