“2 or 3 Tigers”: Asian new media artists at Berlin’s Haus der Kulturen der Welt

“2 or 3 Tigers” explores the tiger as a medium in the work of 10 Asian new media artists.

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“Gestures and Archives of the Present, Genealogies of the Future”: highlights from the Taipei Biennial 2016

The Taipei Biennial 2016 entitled “Gestures and Archives of the Present, Genealogies of the Future” engages in historical critique.

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The 5th Anyang Public Art Project: pondering art and society

Opening in October 2016, APAP 5 will feature a roster of significant Korean and international artists.

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Sci-fi dystopias: South Korean artist and filmmaker Park Chan-kyong at Tina Kim Gallery – in pictures

The South Korean artist’s New York debut plots compelling local and global alternative histories.  Artist and filmmaker Park Chan-kyong unveils a decade’s worth of multimedia work at Tina Kim Gallery in New York. Park Chan-kyong (b. 1965, Seoul) is one of Korea’s foremost interdisciplinary … Continue reading

From recording evidence to becoming an artist in Korea: interview with Che Onejoon

Korean artist Che Onejoon speaks to Art Radar about exposing the layers in Korea’s socio-political issues.

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Seoul’s Mediacity 2014 presents 12 new works and a pan-Asian vision

The SeMA Biennale’s Mediacity Seoul, which is one of the few biennales in Asia that focus on new media art, will feature 12 new works for the first time since its inception in 2000.

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Art behind military lines: Korea’s Real DMZ Project – picture feast

The Real DMZ Project 2013, which sees two dozen contemporary artists bring their work to the border area near North and South Korea, explores “the significance of ‘true’ demilitarisation” of the Korean Demilitarised Zone.

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