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artist/art researcher

The principal themes that I explore, question and reinterpret through my works are hybridity and subjective mapping. I continuously explore new materials in order to realise my idea and design in physical forms. 

Various art mediare used for my artworks that include optical fibres, circuit boards, electrical cables, electric motors, paper, silk, computer programming and wire mesh. My artworks were exhibited in various international art venues.

Selected exhibitions 
  • Through Their Eyes - Depicting Korea and UK Then and Now at Kingston Museum, Kingston upon Thames, UK [2017] 
  • Arirang with Korean Artists Association UK at Korean Cultural Centre UK, London, UK [2015] 
  • Flexible AURA at Brain Factory, Seoul, South Korea [2009] 
  • International Symposium on Electronic Art 2008 at National Museum of Singapore [juried exhibition, 2008] 
  • Entry Form: UK Korean Artists at Korean Cultural Centre UK, London, UK [2008] 
  • ACM 2006 Interactive Arts Exhibition, Santa Barbara, CA, USA [juried exhibition, 2006] 
  • Siggraph2006 at Boston Convention & Exhibition Centre, MA, USA [juried exhibition, 2006] 
  • Dana Centre, Science Museum, London, UK [2005] 
  • Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria [2005] 
Featured in
  • Connecting the Dots written by Christine Takengny, or-bits.com [interview, 2011] 
  • Asian artists connect the dots between virtual and real, International Herald Tribune [newspaper, 31 Jul 2008] 
  • It's art, for the Facebook generation, Reuters [newspaper, 25 Jul 2008] 
  • ISEA 2008 - The Juried exhibition, we-make-money-not-art [2008]
  • "The Fundamentals of Digital Art" written by Richard Colson. Published by AVA Publishing [book, 2007] 
  • Siggraph2006 special report published by Graphic Live, South Korea [magazine, Sep/Oct 2006] 
  • Interviewed by Radio Student Ljubljana, Slovenia [2006]
  • Interviewed by Aliceon, media art channel, South Korea [2006]
  • information aesthetics [2005]
  • Interviewed by Danish Radio [2005]
  • Ars Electronica: Menscheln in Digitalien, sueddeutsche.de [newspaper, Sep 2005]
  • GORI.Node Garden, we-make-money-not-art [2005]
And others
  • The bottom line: beauty, body image and teenage girls at Nehru Centre, London, UK. organised by Pan Asian Women’s Association [a panel discussion, 2015]
  • Artist in residency at National University of Singapore [2008]
  • Artist grant awarded by Arts Council Korea, South Korea [2007]
  • Artist in residency at Kiberpipa, Ljubljana, Slovenia [2006]



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