Thursday 2nd March 1pm.
Conor Lecture Theatre.
Belfast School of Art.
Hyeyoung was born in South Korea, and is currently a PhD candidate in Contemporary Art at Lancaster University. Her PhD research investigates the boundaries between painting and film, and explores the potentiality of digital documentation of the process of Korean Bunche painting as an independent fine art piece from the final stage of the painting. This practice also re-invents French philosopher Gilles Deleuze’s theory of art as Transcendental Realism.
Hyeyoung earned a BFA and an MFA in Korean painting at Kyung Hee University, South Korea. After 10 years working experience as a practicing artist, she came to San Francisco in 2010 to study contemporary art at the San Francisco Art Institute. This trans-cultural experience led her to develop a new way of seeing everyday life, not through fixed identity and pre-existing categories, but rather infused with the notion of differenciation, and in search of truths as a process.
This Lecture Programme is supported by the Development & Alumni Relations Office (Arts & Culture) Ulster University