2019 YE PARK solo exhibition, Artplus gallery, Seoul, Korea
2013 RESONANCE OF MEMORY SOLO EXHIBITION, EMOA SPACE GALLERY, NYC, USA
2018 space, story-telling, special, Artplus gallery, SEOUL, KOREA
2018 Gallery lambent youth artist 2018, CHOSUN-ILBO MUSEUM, SEOUL, KOREA
2017 3,1( THREE, ONE) , MUDAERYUK (complex culture space) , SEOUL, KOREA
2017 BUSAN ART SHOW2017, BUSAN, KOREA
2013 EX PROJECT PART 7 – PORTRIT, EMOA SPACE GALLERY, CHELSEA, NYC, USA
2011 THREE EXPERIENCES, PACE WOMB GALLERY, LONG ISLAND CITY, NYC, USA
2010 EXPOSURE, CERES GALLERY, CHELSEA, NYC, USA
2009 Graduate Exhibition, Dukwon Gallery, SEOUL, KOREA
2017 CHANEL MADEMOISELLE ARTIST PROJECT, ESTEEM MODEL, SEOUL, KOREA
2016 ART PROJECT WITH INDEPENDENT COFFEE, INDEPEMDENT, SEOUL, KOREA
Work / Education
Graduated Chung-Ang University in Korea then studied in New york.
It was the best hard time during that time in my life. All my experience of my life is the most important elements in my work.
This body of work highlights my dedication to the preservation of past experience and its relevance to one’s current state of being.
I see my paintings as an honest record of salient life events from the past and the potent emotions born from them which vibrated in my physical being at the time and reverberate in my psyche now.
In reminiscence, I choose to reembody these previous emotional states and reconstitute them as my work. Tapping into “sense memory,” I conjure semblances of past loves; bruise-hued, somber spirits; and frenetically delineated profiles that envelope one another in veils of color. I employ a trembling, stair-stepped line – in a technique I refer to as “aliasing” – to record these momentous encounters and make the temporal past concrete.
Through my methodology forms are often rendered and re-rendered during the course of me “Resonance Memory Reconstruction.” The repetition and obliteration of images leaves ghostly artifacts that imply transient moments in time and the intensity of the extracted experience. The unexpected spaces formed between merging layers of line and color read as fleeting moments fixed in abstracted, yet tangible form.
My process suggests that the emotion manifested by experience need not be lost forever to time, but may be kept aflame in memory and recaptured in the present moment.