• Won Seoyeoung Artist

    Won studied photography at Seoul Institute of the Arts and Sangmyung University in Korea, along with media at the Slade School of Fine Arts of University College London. The artist says he is fascinated by objects used in everyday life and has been working on projects combining such objects with elements of painting, installation, and sculpture in a photograph. Won made the shortlist for the International Emerging Artist Award held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, in 2014. After working in London, he returned to Korea and participated in two group exhibitions in Seoul: Space of Difference at Gallery Chosun and Photography and Media 4:00 AM at Seoul Museum of Art.

  • Woo Jeongsu Artist

    Woo Jeongsu graduated from Korea National University of Arts with a BFA and MFA in visual arts. Woo illuminates the other side of a society and its contradictions by borrowing images of various subcultures, which have deviated from the mainstream culture, in his dense drawings. Since 2007, the artist has participated in several exhibitions such as Gorgeous Way Out (Gongpoung Art Center, 2009), Linguistic Morphology: Art in Context (Sungkok Museum, 2010), and No Mercy, No Fear (Gallery White Block, 2013). He held his first solo exhibition at Project Space Sarubia in February 2015.

  • 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).

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