[Artist Statement]

I am a visual artist working in 3D printed sculpture, digital and installation art. My work concerns nature's depiction in historical and cultural artefacts, especially those related to women, naturally leading my interest into ecofeminism. I explore the ambiguous border between the digital and the physical worlds in my work, interrogating the relationship between technology and nature.

Recently, I developed Four Seasons, an installation artwork inspired by Norigae, a traditional Korean women’s accessory handed down through generations as a token of motherhood. The work is built around a poetic video that narrates my relationship with my grandmother, accompanied by her Norigae in every scene, passing through each of the four seasons that embodies eternal motherhood.

[Biography]

Born 1993 in Incheon, South Korea, I am now based in Glasgow founding Wobbly Digital, 3D printing & digital art studio in 2021, after obtaining a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons) in Sculpture & Environmental Art from the Glasgow School of Art in 2020. Previously I studied Design at the Design Academy Eindhoven, and Media Design at the Dongduk women's university. Recently, my work was exhibited at Hidden Door Festival 2022, Edinburgh and I am currently participating in the Convention House residency 2022 at East Street Arts, Leeds.

Wobbly Digital, 2022