• Kim Sylbee Artist

    Upon graduation of School of Visual Arts, Korea National University of Arts, Kim Sylbee acquired a Meisterschueler from Berlin University of the Arts for media art. Since 2005, Kim has been alternating back and forth Berlin and Seoul, presenting works ranging from video to installation, two-dimensional works, and performance. Kim held solo exhibitions at Insa Art Space, Space O’Newwall, and Project Space SARUBIA, and participated in group shows hosted at Mediacity Seoul, MMCA Seoul, and Seoul Museum of Art, as well as at the new Kunstverein in Berlin and The Real DMZ. In 2017, her work was selected for the Seventh Sindoh Artist Support Program.

  • Yuon Kibaik Artist

    Yuon Kibaik attained his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Seoul National University with concentration in sculpture. Yuon’s interest in the overlooked and the neglected things lead him to record the lives of his neighbors, to observe mundane objects, and to reconstruct them into installations. His solo exhibitions include Green Heights at SOMA Drawing Center in Gyeonggi (2012), Enriched History at Zaha Museum in Seoul (2013), Approaching a Place at Seoul Art Space Geumcheon (2014), and Para-site at SongEun ArtSpace in Seoul (2015). Yuon also took part in group shows and residency programs at Seoul Art Space Geumcheon and MMCA Goyang.

  • Chang Seoyoung Artist

    Chang Seoyoung earned a BFA and MFA from Ewha Women’s University with an emphasis in sculpture, and completed an Art in Context MA program at Berlin University of the Arts. In 2011, Chang received an Excellence Award at the Eighth Busan International Video Art Festival, and in 2014, received the Newmedia Art Award at the Fourteenth Seoul International Newmedia Festival. Chang’s works were shown at Kaffny Urban in 2010 under the organization of the Nam June Paik Art Center and at the Eighth Busan International Video Art Festival arranged by Space Bandee. Chang has been showing in solo and group exhibitions since 2007.

  • Jung Hyeryun Artist

    With a BFA and a PhD from the Department of Fine Arts of the College of Arts at Pusan National University, Jung Hyeryun became the first laureate of the First Soorim Cultural Foundation’s Soorim Arts Award founded in 2017. Jung held more than twenty solo exhibitions including Serial Possibility-planet at Higure17-15 CAS in Tokyo (2016), A Line of the Projection at Project B6 in Busan (2016), and Serial Possibility-planet at AVENUEL Art Hall in Seoul (2015). In 2012, Jung was selected as Young Artist of the Year by Kim Chong Yung Museum, and she held more than 20 times of solo exhibitions and partook in several group shows and residency programs in and outside of Korea.

  • Jang Boyun Artist

    Jang Boyun earned a bachelor’s degree in fine art from Seoul Women’s University and attained a master’s degree from Seoul National University with concentration in Western painting. Jang has joined various group shows since 2009, and has held solo exhibitions such as Preface of Memory: K’s Slides at Seoul National University, Acquainted with the Night at DOOSAN Gallery New York, and Mount Analogue at Archive Bomm. In 2009, Jang’s work was selected as a Judges’ Recommendation at Japan Media Arts Festival, and in 2010, she won a participation award at SongEun Art Award.

  • Chun Eun Artist

    Chun Eun graduated from Chung-Ang University with a bachelor’s degree in sculpture before she earned a master’s degree in photography from University of Paris 8. Chun showed in four solo exhibitions including Searching for the Photograph held at Old House, CAN Foundation in Seoul (2014). She also enrolled in the MMCA Goyang Residency program, and was funded by the GyeongGi Cultural Foundation’s and the Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture’s projects to provide support professional arts and creativity. In 2017, Chun won the Amado Photography Award given by Amado Art Space.

  • Chung Soyoung Artist

    Born in Paris in 1979, Chung Soyoung graduated from École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in 2003. Chung has been producing installation works that construct and deconstruct the properties of a space based on its formativeness. Through public art and collaboration projects, Chung is expanding the scope of her work into the realm of transforming locality. Since her return to Korea in 2007, she’s held solo exhibitions at Kumho Museum of Art, Project Space SARUBIA, OCI Museum, D Project Space at Daelim Museum, and at the Offsite Art Sonje, while participating in several international group shows and residency programs.

  • Lee Jinju Artist

    After graduating from Hongik University with a B.F.A. and an M.F.A. in oriental painting, Lee Jinju has held a number of solo exhibitions domestically and internationally with her first solo show Patternholic at Gallery DOS in Korea and other shows at DOOSAN Gallery New York, Arario Gallery Seoul, and BAIKART Gallery. In 2009, the artist won the Award of Excellence at the Thirty-First Joongang Fine Arts Prize, while in 2014 she received another Award of Excellence from the Songeun Art Award. Lee has been actively presenting her works to the public.

  • Lee Dongwook Artist

    Lee Dongwook received his B.F.A. and M.F.A. in painting at Hongik University. With his first solo exhibition in 2003, Lee has presented a number of solo exhibitions domestically and internationally at Galleri Charlotte Lund in Sweden, DOOSAN Gallery New York, Avanthay Contemporary in Zurich, Switzerland, and recently at Perigee Gallery in Seoul, Korea. Lee has also shown his works at different group exhibitions held across the world, representing the Korean art world. Currently he is represented at Arario Gallery, and his works are collected by MMCA in Korea, Burger Collection in Germany, Rubell Family Collection in the US, and Today Art Museum in China.

  • Eom Yujeong Artist

    Eom Yujeong earned her B.F.A. in painting at Hongik University. Eom has presented her works at numerous solo shows and special exhibitions. At her solo exhibition Take It Easy, You Can Find It at Artist Run Space 413 in 2014, the artist presented the works she produced during a residency in Iceland. Recently Eom held Desert, Sloth, Bread, Human Things Like That at Gallery Factory. Publications of her work include White Mountain and Drawing A.

  • Kim Inbai Artist

    Kim Inbai graduated from Hongik University with a B.F.A. and an M.F.A. in sculpture in 2003 and 2009 respectively. Kim has held numerous solo exhibitions including Stand on the Edge of Dimensions at Gallery Skape, Turbulent O'Clock at DOOSAN Gallery New York in New York in the United States, and Eliminate Points, Lines and Planes at Arario Gallery in Seoul, Korea. The artists also has participated in a variety of group exhibitions as well, such as Sema 2004 at Seoul Museum of Art, APMAP 2014 JEJU, BETWEEN WAVES at Amorepacific Museum of Art, Animamix Biennale 2015–2016 at MOCA Shanghai, Body Matters: Art as Discourse, Performativity, Representation at Soma Olympic Museum of Art, and Plastic Myths at Gwangju Asia Culture Center.

  • Cha Mihye Artist

    Cha Mihye studied at Kaywon University of Art & Design and École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (ENSBA). Cha held two solo exhibitions, Echo, Inescapable and Full, Empty, Floating, and has participated in a number of group exhibitions including 2015 Random Access and Outside of the Gray Zone. The artists also participated in residency programs with the SeMA NANJI Residency and MMCA Residency Changdong Project 2016. Cha was awarded at the Ninth Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, Avid Award Korean Competition, and in 2015, was selected as a SeMA Emerging Artist by Seoul Museum of Art. (Artist’s website: http://www.chamihye.com)

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