Jaehee Jung mainly uses electronic products, along with various other objects, as the materials for his creations. He sees electronic products as readily available technology and important objects ..
Discarded materials and industrial waste found around the city become Jihyun Jung’s sources of inspiration. From the physical reality of the urban environment, Jung learns the function and movement..
JUN, HYOUNG SAN is sound artist, and researcher. He has been exploring the potentiality of sound noise focusing on “non-musical sound”, and, based on this study, For Hyoung San, noise represents th..
Jang Pa’s works visually expresses the otherized sense such as ‘the female grotesque’, reflecting on the possibility of expanding the pictorial language based on feminist identity. On the subject s..
Nobody can live alone. We all interact with someone in some way. Whether it’s family, friends, colleagues, or even just a supermarket owner in the neighborhoo..
Jun Sojung was born in Busan, Korea in 1982. She received her BFA in the Department of Sculpture at Seoul National University and her MFA in the Department of Media Art at Yonsei University Graduat..
The world around us appears differently depending on the perspective and point of view. Hyunsun Jeon have been observing the subject which is unfixed and constantly changing. Since the information ..
Born in Busan 1983, and majored in painting. He has been based in Seoul since graduation, working on various projects. Although painting is his main medium, he continues to combine painting with ot..
JEONG Ji Won's work is expression of personal unpleasant feelings from social relationship. Moments from unreliable sources are expressed by the moon while unknowably tangled and remained as trauma..
EunHye Jung believes that the animals bred for consumption are the most mistreated creature in the current era. Jung embody these animals in her art with ceramics to show that they are live creatur..
Bokyung Jun uses various medium such as photography, installation and video. The artist crosses over the dichotomic definition of art and non-art by visualizing the non-artists’ bodies and memories..