The Future Belongs To Those Who See Possibilities Before They Become Obvious by Lee Yong Baek. Human-figured pictogram perches on a travel suitcase and looks
out to the future with his telescope. Suggestive of digital pixels, the artwork's surface texture is derived from the geometric patterns found in jogakbo , traditional Korean patchwork, to symbolize spatiotemporal transcendence. The geometric and symbolic patterns represent the evolved human bodies, way of record-keeping, and new methods of recognition, and also remind us of our complicated lives in the current information society.
Bar Serase with Lady Justice #1-#12 by Alexia Sinclair. The 12 sequels reinterpret the goddess of justice in various cultures since ancient times. In the background is a sculpture titled Together by Kaws.
Lobby with Hitchocked by Nam June Park. Inspired by American film director Alfred Hitchcock's (1899~1980) 'The Birds,' Nam June Paik put together five small TVs showing scenes from the movie in discombobulation with taxidermy birds on top and one made after Hitchcock in a birdcage. The artwork explicitly shows human fear and anxiety caused by nature and modern civilisation.
Deluxe suite with The Words Don't Fit The Picture by Jack Vainer. A fine art photographer who explores the borders of reality and surrealism and aims to move the viewer from familiar reality to a detached space.
Royal suite with artwork by Miss Aniela from her Surreal Fashion series. An avant-garde photographer, Miss Aniela fuses classical with modern, and fashion with fine art, to create an intricate balance of contemporary creativity.
Duplex suite with Chess by Jack Vainer.
Art Paradiso's Art Garden
The Farnese Hercules sculpture from The Gazing Ball series by Jeff Koons and the Aurous Cyanide painting by Damien Hirst at Paradise Art Space.
Paradise Walk by Wonder Medium. Paradise Walk is a sensory bridge that presents a unique visual and auditory experience for the passerby.