Robert Seidel is one of the more original and skilled video painters alive, wielding novel techniques, a solid color concept, and a heartfelt sense of time.
His work recently showed on the world’s largest LCD display, mounted on the Seoul Square Building in Korea. The screen stands at 78 meters (256 feet) high, stretching 99 meters wide and covering a total 7,722 square meters (83,118 square feet). The display is made up of 42,000 LEDs fixed into Spanish terracotta tiles which cover the entire 19 floors of the Seoul Square building. The exhibit runs until Sept. 27th.