I blend art, design, and technology to open up people’s imagination and creativity.
I am currently an artist in residence at Mana Contemporary and a research fellow at NYU ITP. I graduated from New York University's Interactive Telecommunication Program (ITP) and School for Poetic Computation (SFPC). Before I settled in the territory between art and technology, I worked as a UX researcher/designer in professional and academic settings.
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Invisible Sculptures and Indigo have been selected as the winners of Communication Arts Interactive Annual Award 2018.
Oct 4, 2018
Afterglow, Vol.1 Show at Fall Open House at Mana Contemporary
Sep 29, 2018
Digital-Material at Mana Contermporary
I’m starting a research residency at NYU ITP.
Presenting Solar Silk at Coal+Ice.
I taught a workshop (Controlling Real Lightbulbs with Arduino) at ITP Camp 2018 (link).
An academic paper that I wrote with Dr. Rong Tang has been published on Information Research (full text).
I started my artist residency at Mana Contemporary.
May 11, 2018
I’m presenting my thesis project, Invisible Sculptures at 4:36pm EST as a part of ITP Thesis Week 2018. It’ll be live streamed here.
April 29, 2018
I’m showing my thesis project, Invisible Sculptures at Riese Lounge at 721 Broadway, New York, NY.
April 29, 2018
Illuminated Path is shown at Mana Contemporary as a part of the Open House 2018.
Showing Sentences of Youth at Gallery Max, New York, NY in collaboration with a contemporary dancer Ji Hyun Ki
Illuminated Path is on a long term view at Mana Contemporary.
I'm a part of an exhibition That's Not It at Mana Contemporary. (link)
Long-listed for The Lumen Prize 2017 Interactive Award with Mirages: Light Experiments. (link)
I taught a workshop titled 3D Printed Data at ITP Camp 2017. (link)
SFPC Re-coded Project is featured on Creators Project. (link)
I presented SFPC Re-coded Project at Sónar+D in Barcelona, Spain. (link)
I presented Mirages: Light Experiments and CNC Music Factory at ITP Spring Show. (link)
photo credit: Dong Chan Kim