With the Venice Biennale freshly opened, we’re thinking back to 2019, when Laure Provost took over the French Pavilion. She’s now got her immersive exhibition style on full view in Dosan Park, this time in the form of a fictional travel agency. As Korea becomes more friendly to international travel post-Covid, Deep Travel Ink will inspire where you should head to next. In this installation, you follow the story of a family and their mysterious destination. You’re left to your own imagination how their trip comes together. The space is set up like any other office space: wall clocks, world maps, and potted plants. But then posters with humorous text like “go to places that don’t exist” start to make you wonder whether there’s really any trip being planned at all.