Spatial media that does not exist have emerged, and new cyber worlds on the Internet have been opening up in front of us. As a result, we fell too quickly under the spell of manipulators. Maybe too naturally, people began to create new relationships in cyberspace. People don’t need to bother about where the date takes place, what they are wearing, or any of the logistics of the real-life dating scenario. In virtual space, I faced my new ego. The ego was created and manipulated by me, but it did not exist only in the digital world. That world has become our daily life. Created a reality that cannot be touched. The newly created image from the digital environment is my response to understanding this era and the result of our attitude toward the society we face.
I am an artist who approaches problems and life in general from the perspective of a South Korean woman with a Christian upbringing. I am currently enrolled in MA Photography(fine art) at the Royal College of Art in London to further my research of the arts through the understanding of our current society and to share ideas and opinions with the other artists. I have been working as a street fashion photographer with Fashion and Art Magazines. Recently, I've been listed for the New Contemporary 2020.I wish to communicate to our current generation -- a generation influenced by networks and artificial intelligence-- the notion of true Beauty and Love. By doing so, I hope to prevent them from losing their humanity to this new mode of relating.My work has in the past dealt with aspects of pop culture and mass media, which have had a profound impact on contemporary culture. With the advent of the “information society”, I wonder whether easy access to information has led to the loss of a sense of direction, preventing members of our society from grasping what is truly important. The media provides information about our ever-changing society. Curiosity about youth culture and the geeky fantasy stories that stimulate imagination are the most interesting topics for me.In this age of networks where boundaries have become blurred, we are shaped by social interactions and the physical environments we inhabit. Growing up in a cultural environment specific to us exerts pressures to follow its norms and standards. Therefore, I think it is important to question our cultural environment to be able to understand change and find ourselves within it, which I resolve in my varied and diverse approaches to making art.