NOH Sangho (b.1986) is a natural born storyteller, sincere practitioner and bold experimenter. Browsing the Internet and social media daily, the artist diligently collects myriad images of the day to day. NOH reconstructs the fragments selected from an array of images onto carbon paper, which is a medium that represents him as an artist. The works, executed on carbon paper, reveal the artist's unique perspective on the flexibility of the "image" in the digital era, defined by a flood of images that travel and transform freely across platforms. Furthermore, in an attempt to expand the theme of his work to realizing the three-dimensionality of images, the artist introduces a series of works in which 2D planes and 3D moving images are intertwined organically. NOH, who considers the manner in which his works are presented and consumed to be an essential part of his practice, explores various bold and experimental ways of installation, such as largescale wall hangings and drawings on hangers—reminiscent of a clothing store.