Blurring the boundary
'Barim' means blurring boundary by mixing color in Korean, a similar term to 'gradation'. Barim Pathway is composed of two walls with 2,148 mirrors waving on wind. Various sceneries of the Baegot Park -reeds, sky, lights, human, seasons- reflected on each mirror are blended on those walls. Apart from other artworks attracting the public with their spectacle forms, Barim Pathway is designed to get along with the park’s calm atmosphere by turning people’s eyes again to the park. From a distant view the walls look like a changing mosaic reflecting the place, while providing different sceneries to the people who walk by.