BTS Starts Another Global Movement With Public Art Project ‘Connect, BTS’

by Jeremy Spirogis

Truly no body has been doing it like BTS. The Korean musical organization only established a global effort called “Connect, BTS” as area of the unveiling of these future record, Map of this Soul: 7. The ambitious project links the songs and art globe with BTS acting as a patron behind several community art displays across the world.

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What is ‘Connect, BTS?’

The task officially established on Jan. 14. For the effort, BTS works closely with art curators to display 22 musicians and artists at various exhibits in London, New York, Berlin, Buenos Aires, and Seoul.

The statement in the initiative’s website reads:

“‘CONNECT, BTS’ is a global project to connect five cities and 22 artists, each of whom contributes their unique philosophy and imagination to it. This project aims to redefine the relationships between art and music, the material and immaterial, artists and their audiences, artists and artists, and theory and practice. ‘CONNECT, BTS’ may be described in terms of a collective curatorial practice by curators around the world who resonated with BTS’s philosophy.”

The London exhibit recently launched

On Jan. 14, “Connect, BTS: Online” and “Connect, BTS: London” exposed for followers. “Connect, BTS: London” happens in The Serpentine Galleries in London and is additionally offered by

The display are going to be available from Jan. 14 to March 15 and features work from artist Jakob Kudsk Steensen. The convention is titled Catharsis and also the artwork is “a digital simulation of a re-imagined ‘old-growth’ forest.”

Another gallery will start in Berlin on Jan. 15 accompanied by a show in Buenos Aires on Jan. 21. “Connect, BTS: Seoul” starts on Jan. 28 together with last convention “Connect, BTS: New York City” starts on Feb. 5.

‘Connect, BTS’ signifies the group’s diverse and good message

As artists, the people in BTS have actually tackled various personal dilemmas and subjects inside their songs. Their very early albums dedicated to the difficulties experienced by modern-day childhood. Songs like “N.O” handled in the force students experience with the training system and “Baepsae” criticized the generational wide range space that impacts options for more youthful years.

In 2017, BTS started their particular monumental Love Yourself era. Through three albums, BTS explored the various kinds of love including self-love. During this time around duration, the people of BTS partnered with UNICEF and established an anti-violence campaign called Love Myself.

Starting in 2019, BTS joined their Map associated with the Soul era which includes the teachings of doctor and psychoanalyst Carl Jung. With their EP Map associated with the Soul: Persona and future record albumMap of this Soul: 7, BTS takes followers on a journey of finding one’s true self.

With their new art effort, BTS has actually established another worldwide action. The team has actually bridged their particular songs with musicians and artists across the world, and made art available to people. In doing this, BTS features placed diverse musicians and artists into the spotlight and offered academic options for followers. “Connect, BTS” talks to whom the people in BTS tend to be as musicians and artists and exactly how their particular message transcends beyond music.

“It is a great honor to participate in CONNECT, BTS with such renowned artists and curators from all over the world,” BTS stated in a declaration. “This project is especially meaningful to us because it truly represents diversity and creates a collective, positive message for the world that we value. Through this project, we hope to return the great amount of love and support from our fans, ARMY, and all audiences.”

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