2086 - Together how? by Soik Jung and Kyong Park. Korean pavilion at the 2023 Venice architecture biennale 2023

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Artistic Directors and Curators.- Soik Jung and Kyong Park.
Assistant Commissioner and General Secretary.- Kim Yuran.
Assistant curator.- Han Dabin.
Artists.- Yerin Kang (Seoul National University), Hyoeun Kim (SoA), Jennifer Park (SoA), Lee Chi-hoon (SoA), Zoosun Yoon (Chungnam National University, UDTT lab.), Ahram Chae (Studio UDTT), Yehre Suh (Urban Terrains Lab), Woon Gi, Min, Nahyun Hwang (N H D M), David Eugin Moon (N H D M) and Wolsik Kim.
Visual artist.- Jaekyung Jung.
Graphic designers.- Chris Ro and Sunhee Yang
Arrts Council Korea.
May 20 to November 26, 2023.
Venue / Localitation
Korean Pavilion, in Giardini, Venice, Italy.

Soik Jung

Soik Jung is an architect and urban designer. She carried out projects such as Urban Mediation in 2008 and research, exhibitions, educational programs and publications. Appointed as the Director of Administration and Associate Curator of the Anyang Public Art Project 2010, Associate Curator of the Gwangju Design Biennale 2011, General Secretary of the Seoul Architecture and Urbanism Biennale 2017; Curator of "Hanoi in the Future" governance project (2008-2009), "Life A User's Manaul" exhibition (2012) at Seoul Cultural Station 284, "Architecture for All" exhibition (2020) at Seoul Museum of Art Seoul NamSeoul, “Smaller, Slower, Closer” public art project (2020-2021).

Since 2018, her interest has expanded to social work, trying to cooperate architecture, urbanism, public art with community practice. She programmed and published the Artistic Education Program on Disability "Come out, Express, By Yourself" (2019); she carried out a research project "Saeddeul Village Welfare Community Construction Manual" (2021); thesis "For all who want to 'talk': a diachronic study of AAC user perception trend and changes in demand" (2020), "A case study on the performance and perception of the exploited of urban regeneration centers" as a macro practice of social work ”(2022).

Kyong Park

Kyong Park is a professor in the Department of Visual Arts at the University of California, San Diego (since 2007), and was founding director of StoreFront for Art and Architecture in New York (1982-1998), International Center for Urban Ecology in Detroit (1998 -2001) and Centrala Foundation for Cities of the Future in Rotterdam (2005-2006).

He was the curator of the Gwangju Biennale (1997), artistic director and chief curator of the Anyang Public Art Project 2010 (2009-2010) in Korea. His solo exhibitions are "Kyong Park: New Silk Road" at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León in Spain (2009-10), and "Imagining New Eurasia", a sequence of three investigative art exhibitions that were commissioned and Exhibited at the Asian Cultural Center in Gwangju, South Korea (2015-18).



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