• KDK Artist

    KDK studied photography at the Seoul Institute of the Arts before completing Meisterschueler and Akademiebrief courses at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Germany. He has produced many photographs for diverse solo and group exhibitions, including Facility Skins at the Michael Schultz Gallery Seoul in 2011, [b] at Gallery 2 in 2012, Out Of In in Berlin in 2016, and [p] at Perigee Gallery in 2015. He also worked as an artist-in-residence at the SeMA Nanji Residency in 2009, the Changdong Studio in 2010, and the Cité internationale des arts in 2017.

  • 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.

  • Kim Borahm Artist

    Kim Borahm graduated from Hongik University with a BFA in woodworking and furniture design and earned her MFA in digital media design at the International Design School for Advanced Studies (IDAS), Hongik University. As a long-time working professional in the field of computer graphics, Kim has shown various works based on various spaces since 2012 by employing different media such as videos, sound, installations, performances, and mobile applications at several events including the Seoul International New Media Festival (NEMAF), Hi Seoul Festival, and Ansan Street Arts Festival. The artist is scheduled to present an exhibition at Gallery Factory next year and is currently preparing for an app-based site-responsive performance, Plug-in City.

  • Lee Chunghyung Artist

    Born in 1983 in Seoul, Korea, Lee Chunghyung graduated from Hongik University with a BFA in ceramic art and an MFA in sculpture. Lee emerged as a notable artist for his artworks created from his reinterpretation of the records on the work sites he was working on as a technical director of a gallery. In 2015, his first solo exhibition Fine Works was held at Space Willing N Dealing, while he presented at several group shows. Lee still works at the exhibition space, which continuously provides him with a motif for his works.

  • Lee Yunho Artist

    Lee Yunho studied urban engineering and sculpture at Hongik University. In 2009, Lee left a strong impression on the audience at a PechaKucha 20x20 presentation, and in the same year he held solo exhibitions such as cafe MU: and 15 DAYS ONLY SHOW, PLATFORM PLACE 100 DAYS ONLY SHOP in Seoul. Several other group exhibitions he participated in include GOD SAVE THE MONA LISA at Gallery Plant in 2010, SOUND UN-RESISTANT HOUSE, and AMQ #1, LOWRISE in 2012.

  • Lim Sodam Artist

    Earning a bachelor’s in painting from Kookmin University in 2009, Lim worked as an artist from 2012 to 2014 at the Kumho Art Studio Residency. Group exhibitions that featured her works include Class of 2009 at Do Art Gallery, The Far Side of the Moon at Gallery Skape, and Duft der Zeit at Kumho Museum of Art. She also held the solo exhibitions Rainforest at KT&G Sangsang Madang in 2011 and Eclipse at Gallery Skape in 2015.

  • Chung Jaeyeon Artist

    Born in 1979 in Seoul, Korea, Chung Jaeyeon graduated from the Korea National University of Arts with a B.F.A in fine arts and from Chelsea College of Art and Design in Britain with a M.F.A in fine arts. Chung has worked on projects which attempt to intervene on public spaces through various media of performance, installations, and videos. After a close observation of public spaces, the artist highlights a certain space and employs an artistic methodology of slightly distorting the space’s context and reinterpreting the relationship between an individual and a group. Chung has participated in a number of group exhibitions such as Situated Senses: 30cm of Obscurity at the Old Police Station in 2012, VESSEL 2011 at KARST in 2011, and Supervisions at the Korean Cultural Centre in Britain in 2009 and worked on a joint project titled Opening Project at Arko Art Center in 2013. After a number of international residencies at Austria and Britain, the artist is currently staying and working at the Artist Residency TEMI in Daejeon, Korea.        

  • Kim In-seon Curator

    Kim In-seon studied plastic art at Ewha Womans University in Korea and earned her MA in art history at Pratt Institute in New York. Starting her career at Alternative Space Loop in 1999, she later worked as a coordinator at the Gwangju Biennale from 2001 to 2002, as a curator and a co-curator at the Busan Biennale in 2000 and 2006 respectively, a vice director at the Kukje Gallery from 2003 to 2004, an executive manager for the Anyang Public Art Project in 2005, a head curator at Daelim Museum from 2006 to 2007, and an exhibition manager at Interalia Art Company from 2007 to 2009. Currently, Kim runs her own gallery, Space Willing N Dealing.

  • Wonjoon Yoo Researcher

    Yoo Wonjoon is the CEO of the media art agency THE MEDIUM and the director of the media cultural art channel AliceOn. He received a master's degree from the Hongik University Graduate School of Art with his thesis Study on Digital Media Museum and is currently doing research on media art histories at Danube University in Austria. He was the event team leader for the Ministry of Culture and Tourism’s 60th anniversary of national liberation event, training director of Art Center Nabi, and the director of the 8th Juan Media Festival. Currently, he is an adjunct professor at the Global School of Media, Soongsil University, and is also lecturing at Chung-Ang University, Korea National University of Arts, and Hongik University. His main areas of interest are contemporary art, new media art, and game art, and he is especially interested in expanding human experience and perception through new media and technology. He is also the operation committee member of the Techno-Aesthetic Society and the Art Bank of the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. He has written New Media Art and Game Arts (2013) and Game and Culture Studies (2008, co-author).

  • Taedong Kim Artist

    Taedong Kim studied photography at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels at Chung-Ang University in Korea. In 2016, Kim was selected as a “noticeable photographer of the year” by the Ilwoo Foundation. He won several awards including the 4th Ilwoo Photography Award, the Light of the Academy award from the Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts in China, and the JUMF (Juan Media Festival) Certificate of Merit and was a finalist for the SKOPF (Sangsangmadang Korean Photographer’s Fellowship) Award. Kim held his solo exhibition Day-Break-Days, the winning project of the Ilwoo Photography Award, in 2013 and the self-titled exhibition Kim Taedong as part of the Gallery Lux Young Artist Support Program in 2012. His group exhibitions include Young Korean Artists in 2013 and Fotofest International Discoveries 4 in 2013. He has also released photography books Day Break/Break Days in 2013 and Vision New Voices 2013, published by the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea.

  • Kyung yong Lim Curator

    Lim runs the independent publisher Mediabus and the project space Book Society. After studying film theory and production in college, he began planning, publishing and distributing art books by opening the bookstore The Books on the first floor of Art Sonje Center. Lim is also a senior editor of The Book Society series, which deals with books on books, and co-editor of Public Document, a non-periodic journal that records voluntary movement in a city. He planned and organized exhibits and projects on publishing including Xerox Project (Nam June Paik Art Center, 2015); Artists Documents: Art, Typography and Collaboration (Seoul branch of the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, co-curator, 2016); Incomplete List (Ilmin Museum of Art, 2016); and Incomplete List Beijing (Paperlogue, 2016). Lim also co-translated Claire Bishop’s Radical Museology: Or What's Contemporary in Museums of Contemporary Art (Hyunsil Book, 2016); Alessandro Ludovico’s Post-Digital Print: The Mutation of Publishing Since 1894 (2017, Mediabus); and Ulises Carrion’s The New Art of Making Books (Mediabus, 2017) into Korean.

  • Boram Lim Curator

    Over her long career as a curator, Lim has planned a number of independent projects and exhibits such as Everyday Is Not the Same (2008) in Shanghai; Director’s Cut (2008) in Seoul; Yeomiji Art Project (2009) in Jeju; O’NewWall Mayfest (2013) in Seoul; Site Explorers (2013) in Kumamoto, Japan; Yurang (流浪): Site Explorers (2015) in Seoul; The Traveling Artists Project (2015) in Seoul, Gangneung and Gunsan; the Korean-Japanese video art project Echography (2016) in Kyoto; APAP5 Open Theater MeMeme (2016) in Anyang; and Audiovisual (Film) Critique (2017) in Seoul. Her arts space Plan B Project Space opened in Seoul in 2017, and Lim is active in a variety of work from international video art projects to planning exhibits on architecture, film and visual arts, critique and publishing.

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