Jae Wook Lee

Voir en ligne : http://www.jaewooklee.com

Jaewook Lee is an artist, writer, amateur scientist, semi-philosopher, and sometime curator. Lee is the founder and director of Mindful Joint (http://mindfuljoint.com), an annual symposium that focuses on non-hierarchical knowledge sharing in contemporary art. Lee is the recipient of awards such as the 4th SINAP (Sindoh Artist Support Program) and the SeMA Emerging Artists and Curators Supporting Program by the Seoul Museum of Art. Lee has participated in exhibitions, talks, performances, and screenings at such venues as Hong-Gah Museum in Taiwan (2018), Art Sonje Center in Seoul (2017), the Guggenheim Museum in New York (2017), the Asia Culture Center in Gwangju (2016), and MEINBLAU Projektraum in Berlin (2016), among others. Sculpture Magazine featured the oeuvre of Lee’s work in May 2017. Lee received MFAs from Carnegie Mellon University and the School of Visual Arts. Lee previously taught at the University of Chicago, the School of Visual Arts (SVA), and SUNY Old Westbury. Lee is an assistant professor of New Media Art at Northern Arizona University.


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lundi 30 novembre 2020

Yun Choi’s solo exhibition, Walking the Dead End

The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively impacted the field of visual arts in unprecedented ways. Museums, galleries, and biennials closed their doors. Events were canceled or put on hold. On the other hand, artists continue to observe the world around them and create art that reflects new social phenomena in this challenging time.

par Jae Wook Lee

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mercredi 30 septembre 2020

Parched : The Art of Water in the South West

Parched : The Art of Water in the South West is a group exhibition curated by Julie Comnick at Coconino Center for the Arts in Flagstaff. The exhibition brings together nine visual artists from Arizona to explore, learn, and reflect water issues in the region.

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mercredi 1er avril 2020

Human Health and Art

Our World Our Say : Understanding HIV Risk and Resilience Among Adolescents who have been orphaned by HIV/AIDS in Hai Phong, Vietnam

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dimanche 2 février 2020

The Black Rock is Hard to Find Solo

The Black Rock is Hard to Find is the title of the recent solo exhibition by South Korean artist Jaewoo Oh.
Ilmin Museum of Art 2019.12.27. - 2020.1.19.

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lundi 2 décembre 2019

The proposition of Teaching New Art Media-Part 2

David Van Ness is an artist working with 3D printing and digital fabrication. He combines data to alter and create 3D models. Also, Van Ness currently uses biological materials such as stem cells that will be grown on the two-inch sculptures that will be converted into human bone when complete. Van Ness is the New Media Art coordinator at Northern Arizona University, teaching cutting-edge digital and interdisciplinary New Media Art courses. I am happy to invite Van Ness to Tk-21 to listen to what it means to teach art in the advanced digital age.

Jaewook Lee

par David Winslow Van Ness et Jae Wook Lee

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samedi 28 septembre 2019

The proposition of Teaching New Art Media–Part I

In December 2018, I published an article about my proposal for studio art classes in the 21st century. It was a general teaching philosophy for our contemporary college-level art education. This time, I would like to write a proposal specifically for new media classes.

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jeudi 18 juillet 2019

Propositions pour un enseignement en école d’art au XXIe siècle

Cet article est une véritable base de réflexion non seulement pour les enseignants et les étudiants vivant outre atlantique mais évidemment pour ceux qui nous lisent ici en France et en Europe. Il y est question des enjeux qui constituent le cœur de l’enseignement artistique aujourd’hui.

par Jae Wook Lee

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vendredi 28 juin 2019

Road Test, Hiking Test

Le saviez-vous, nous les humains disposons de cinq types d’ondes cérébrales : Delta, Theta, Alpha, Beta, and Gamma. Lisez et vous en saurez plus !

par Jae Wook Lee

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