Jayoung Chung


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  • ISEA2019

    Although Jayoung Chung majored in visual arts, she learned to play three Korean traditional instruments in her childhood, so her body remembers those unique sounds as well as the physical motions involved in creating them. She incorporates the music she composes and performs with sounds of nature to create her visuals via the technology of sound processing programs she has personally developed. Throughout her work, there is harmony between traditional arts and contemporary technology. She has been awarded residencies at Asia Culture Center, Eyebeam, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, ZK/U in Berlin, Watermill Center which is run by Robert wilson, Yaddo fellowship, Edrawd Albee, Swing Space at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) in 2012, Culturehub in 2011, an organization that values cross-cultural artistic collaboration, I-Park Foundation and AHL residency in 2011. She received an MPS from ITP at the Tisch School of Arts in New York University in 2010.


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