I followed a lead from Dead Poet's cave to YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES. I was presented with a very stark page, all text in block letters, black and white (except links). Quite unusual in the light of visual feasts that have evolved on webages.
Well, it's not completely stark, as it reminded me of Word 1.0 on the Macintosh in the late 80's, when Apple revealed a world beyond the green glow of letters on a screen, a new beginning. Still, in this day andd age it loooked like an abandoned page or an archive of large files.
Curious I searched, and in an interview, and Young-Hae Chang and Marc Voge who founded YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES in Seoul say:
"We combine text with jazz to create Flash pieces. It's a simple technique that shuns interactivity, graphics, photos, illustrations, banners, colors, and all but the Monaco font, and at the same time cuts across the lines separating digital animation, motion graphics, experimental video, i-movies, and e-poetry. To us, though, it's Web art."