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I love making things by hand and continuously explore new materials in order to realise my idea and design. The principal themes that I explore, question and reinterpret through my art-making are hybridity and subjective mapping. Various art media; including paper, fabrics, computer programming, the Internet data, silk threads, wire mesh; have been used for my artworks.

Selected exhibitions
  • "Through Their Eyes - Depicting Korea and UK Then and Now", Kingston Museum, Kingston upon Thames, UK (2017)
  • "Arirang with Korean Artists Association UK", Korean Cultural Centre UK, London, UK (2015)
  • "Flexible AURA", Brain Factory, Seoul, South Korea (2009)
  • [juried] International Symposium on Electronic Art 2008, National Museum of Singapore, Singapore
  • "Entry Form: UK Korean Artists", Korean Cultural Centre UK, London, UK (2008)
  • [juried] ACM 2006 Interactive Arts Exhibition, Santa Barbara, CA, USA
  • [juried] Siggraph2006, Boston Convention & Exhibition Centre, MA, USA
  • Dana Centre, Science Museum, London, UK (2005)
  • Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria (2005)
Featured in
and others
  • [A panel discussion] "The bottom line: beauty, body image and teenage girls" at Nehru Centre, London, UK. organised by Pan Asian Women’s Association (2015)
  • [artist in residency] National University of Singapore (2008)
  • Artist grant awarded by Arts Council Korea, South Korea (2007)
  • [artist in residency] Kiberpipa, Ljubljana, Slovenia (2006)