‘Pung Jeong. Gak(風精.刻) Recital in the Alley’ is a site-specific performance inviting viewers to participate, starting from 'disappearing letters, remaining language, existing place' to reflect the documenting of the body which is transformed into language, through different windows found in the alleys. In various alleyways
extending from different corners of streets, the repetition-transformation-expansion of the process of talking, listening, remembering, erasing, making unfamiliar, and reproducing will render the shape of the invisible script which surrounds this city or ourselves, into some other myth. On these roads, people would listen to 'what stories were told, were being told, what stories you want to tell.' This performance which collects fragments of memories and time engraved in urban alleyways is not about inner reflection or calm actions of retrospection. Rather, it is performed in the manner of considering the narratives embedded in various spots of current alleys and of calling upon past signs fragmented and disappeared due to scars of life.