Although the English name reads as "Project Space," many people mistake the gallery for a billiard room from its Korean name. Project Space is a experimental exhibition space supported and run by Daelim Museum, but the name is not completely misleading as the gallery used to be an actual billliard room. In fact, set aside in one corner of the gallery space is Project Space's respresentative pool table and score board. However, don't grab that blue chalk, as the pool table is not for play. The table serves as another medium for expression arranged by the exhibiting artists. Project Space is a gallery without strict borders nor guidelines, a laboratory that explores everything from furniture and fashion to music and poetry by young emerging artists.
|Venue name:||Project Space by Daelim Museum|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Sun 11am–1pm, 2pm–7pm|
|Transport:||Hangangjin Station (Line 6), exit 3, Hannam Station (Line 1), exit 1.|