I graduated with MA in Information Experience Design at the Royal College of Art in 2021. My research and projects are grounded in contemporary society and the people that I share my breath. It's because I'm also there, I am a full-time office worker, I look at the stock market and property market and curse on price, and I grew up in a very competitive society as a good kid. Unfortunately, though, I am the kind of person who simply cannot stop asking 'Why?' and haven't learnt to conform without confrontation.
In recent years, I have realised that most of my works contain texts as visual, conceptual elements. I was a kid have a close relationship with books, reading 5 books a week became 5 comic books a day though. I studied journalism, business and philosophy and worked in communications. Writing has been a daily practice for me in academic and professional fields. I also tend to analyse my feelings by writing them down. I guess all of these impacted my creative process, and it became my style. I am happy to explore how a scene triggers a thought, a thought shape a scenery, how text becomes a visual and how visuals define text.
I have a bit of a complicated career journey, I think, I think, I've managed to combine all of my backgrounds and skills so far though.
Hope this guides you a little better here.
and Thank you for reading the random introduction - you can find more professional CV there and please use the form if you have any inquiries, want to purchase any prints, or fancy climbing together. (Yea and I also do climb, pretty fine level of practice ;) )
Oh, and I know using the last name in the artist bio or description is common practice in professional art. But, I'm Korean and it sounds incredibly weird for me personally to be called by only my last name - so I decide to refuse it. I just want to say this somewhere.