The Seoul Metropolitan Government will hold the “Media Walker: Cheerful Walk in a Multidimensional Media Space” exhibition on the third floor in the DMC Promotion Room in Sangam-dong through December 7.
The “Media Walker” exhibition has been devised to create the entire exhibition space at the facility into a space for walking, and allowing visitors to feel and experience elements of media and entertainment.
In the exhibition, over 500 eco-friendly paper boxes of various sizes are installed in a circular track measuring 14 meters in diameter and 1.5 meters in width, thereby enabling visitors to view the boxes and various objects around them, while walking through the track.
In and outside of the track, 11 objects, including the “Dancing Man,” and the “Smiling Mask,” are on display. Via sensors that have been installed, the media exhibits make movements or react by sensing visitors’ movements and sounds to present various things for visitors to view and enjoy.
The exhibition is designed to enable visitors to appreciate various media exhibits through “walking” by presenting a new type of spatial exhibition. It also focuses on giving as much consideration as possible to people, the viewers of the exhibition, by enabling them to experience rather than simply view general works of art. It does so by integrating analog and new media.
The DMC Promotion Room is open from 10 am to 6 pm on weekdays, and closes on Sundays and holidays. When one needs a guided tour by an onsite guide or makes a visit as group, he or she is advised to call +82-2-309-7067, or visit the Seoul Metropolitan Government Digital Media City website (http://dmc.seoul.go.kr/eng/index.do) and make a reservation ahead of time.