I am a South Korean born and New York based artist, researcher, and educator working with technology. I create experimental sculptures, interactive installations, digital sketches, and performances to examine the fluid nature of human perception and its relationship with our society, culture, and the environment. My artwork offers novel perceptual experiences that encourage people to rethink and challenge how they normally perceive, think, and interact with the world. My on-going project, Invisible Sculptures, suggests more inclusive and creative views of the world through non-visual experience that involves olfactory, auditory, and tactile senses.

I am currently an Inaugural Fellow at Future Imagination Collaboratory, Research Fellow and Adjunct Professor at NYU Tisch’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (NYU ITP). My on-going project, Invisible Sculptures, suggests more thoughtful and creative views of the world through non-visual experience that involves olfactory, auditory, and tactile senses.

My work has been acknowledged by Communication Arts Interactive Annual, iF Design Award, and Lumen Prize. My creations have been shown at multiple places including Fort Mason Art and Culture Center in San Francisco, Westbeth Gallery, CultureHub, New York Live Arts, Mana Contemporary in New Jersey, and IAC Building in New York. I am a contributor of the SFPC Recode project that has been presented at the Day for Night Festival in Austin, Sónar+D 2017 in Barcelona, and Google I/O in San Francisco.


I am an alumna of NYU ITP, School for Poetic Computation (SFPC) in New York, USA and Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea. I was an artist-in-residence at Mana Contemporary’s New Media Program in 2018-2019.

Say hi! pyeseul@gmail.com


photo credit: Hayeon Hwang