For her APAP 5 project, Jinjoo Kim contemplated wandering completion as she repeatedly encountered strangers gathering under Anyangdaegyo (Anyang Bridge) playing janggi (Korean chess) without any set schedule. People that gather under this bridge have usually passed significant milestones in their lives,now congregate under the bridge without belonging to any particular group without a specific purpose. Over the last several months, Kim wandered her city loitered under Anyangdaegyo to watch, listen, finally imagine ways to communicate with the existing spaceits irregular residents. With Yiso 異素, Kim makes subtle interventions in everyday space to enhance the existing place situation. Installed under Anyangdaegyo Bridge are a lighting system that transforms the former glow of green lamps to a more comfortable natural temperature two wooden benches made from a single elm tree, with a janggi board carved into their surfaces as well as stools for by standers also made from culled city trees stone janggi pieces into which various words such as 異 (aimlessness)素 (completion) are inscribed on the surfacean elongated stone board embedded in the stream steps on which people can play janggi while gazing at the water observing those on the other side.