강연 개최 장소: 홍익대학교 조형관 E동 103호
Mark B. N. Hansen_Duke University.
최정은_Ph.D. candidate, Visual and Media Studies, Duke University Graduate School.
In my recent work, I have sought to correlate what I term “21st century media” with a fundamental transformation of the relation between humans and their environments. By “21st century media,” I mean media that operates predominately outside of the realm of human sense perception and evades conscious grasp; in contrast to the great technical media of the 19th and 20th century – notably, phonography and cinematography – which operated to inscribe, store, and transmit data in forms that could be apprehended by humans, 21st century media involves infrastructural communication amongst machines, and hence the production of a sub-human texture of sensibility, to which humans lack any direct awareness. I have argued that data, specifically what I call “data of sensibility” – biometric data about our bodies, environmental data about the world, etc. – provide an indirect means for us to access this texture of sensibility. In my talk I will focus on several artworks that take up this idea of indirect access to sensibility via the mediation of data, and will explore how these artworks shed light on the implications of this new environmental reality for human experience.
– Mark B. N. Hansen, Duke University
media studies. cultural theory. science studies. phenomenology. philosophy.
contemporary literature. critical theory.
Feed Forward: On the Future of 21st Century Media (2013)
Bodies in Code: Interfaces with New Media (2006)
New Philosophy for New Media (2004)
– Jung Eun Choi
E D U C A T I O N
Duke University Graduate School Durham, USA
Ph.D. candidate, Visual and Media Studies Sept 2009 – Present
Art, Art History & Visual Studies
New York University Graduate School New York, USA
MA, Visual Culture Theory, Steinhardt May 2009
Hongik Univesity Graduate School Seoul, Korea
MA, Art Studies Aug 2006
Hongik University Seoul, Korea
Bachelor of Arts in German Language & Literature Aug 2004
Second Major: English Language & Literature
W O R K H I S T O R Y
Founding Editor?Aliceon.net Dec 2004 – Present
– New media art magazine/space in Seoul, Korea
Artistic Director / ob.sub.proJECT Oct 2012 – Present
– ob/sub/proJECT is a group of artists and curators based in Seoul, South Korea,
whose interest lies in ways to transform personal experiences of urban space by
challenging pre-existing relations embedded in public spaces.
Project Researcher?Korea Culture & Tourism Institute May – June 2009
– Worked on program proposal for the National Museum of Contemporary Art in
Korea with case studies of museums in New York City.
Exhibition Coordinator? ZKM Nov 2006 – Jul 2007
– Coordinated a ZKM’s 10th Anniversary Exhibition, “Thermocline of Art: Asian New
Waves,” Jun 8th – Nov 6th 2007, Karlsruhe, Germany (www.zkm.de/thermocline)
Curator? The Special Exhibition of 2006 Goyang International Children Film
Festival (2006 GICFF), Korea Sep 2006
– Curated a mixed reality stage, “Rainbow Cat in Wonderland”
Assistant Curator?Art Center Nabi Jun 2005 – Aug 2006
– Curated several new media art projects including “Love Virus”, “Projec I”, “2006
Tsingtao Korean Visual Culture Festival” and “Dreaming Butterfly” (www.nabi.or.kr)
General Manager of Student Association / Hongik Univ. Mar 2005 – Mar 2006
Editor of School Paper?Hongik Univ. Graduate School Dec 2004 – May
Curator ? Preparat Curatorial Organization Sep – Dec 2004
– Curated “The Mother Earth”, an exhibition for the networks of 78 young artists in
S Y M P O S I U M
– “See the Light: The 30th Annual Boston University Symposium, Museum of Fine
Arts, Boston, USA, Feb 2014.
– “Reading the Body in Contemporary Culture”, The Art Gallery and the Department
of Art History and Archaeology, The University of Maryland, College Park, USA, April
– “Storytelling: Playful Interactions and Spaces of Imagination in Contemporary
Visual Culture”, The Department of History of Art and Architecture of University of
Pittsburgh in collaboration with Carnegie Museum of Art and the Film Studies
Department, USA, Oct 2008
– “Sound Art”, Art Studies, Hongik University, Seoul, Korea, May 2005.
– “New Media? Art? New Media Art?”, Art Studies, Hongik University, Seoul, Korea,