Dresden - Vienna - Seoul ︎

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Current Projects:

-Participating artist of Transcultural Academy 2023, Japanisches Palais, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden, Germany


Stichting Destination Unknown 2023
Artist Residency & Exhibition former Philips Factory, Roermond, Netherlands

Moon Jar Project
Diplom Exhibition, Oktogon, HfBK Dresden

Chasing Waterfalls 
-Two Head Problem 
Senatsaal, HfBK, Dresden, Germany 


어 White Tiger 
Studio Class Philipsz, Pfotenhauerstraße, HfBK Dresden, Germany

Broken White Noise 
Weiße Gasse, Dresden, Germany

Whipped White Tale
Weiße Gasse, Dresden, Germany 

Eclipse Radio 
Radio International
Manifesta 14, Prishtina, Kosobo

Adonia Adonia
Jahresausstellung Class Philipsz, HfBK Dresden, Germany

Jahresausstellung Class Philipsz, HfBK Dresden, Germany 

Künstlerische Intervention mit Collectiv, Galerie Ladøns, Hamburg, Germany

음차연대 Tea Ceremony
Stressless Space, Academy of Fine Art, Vienna, Austria


Bak Byung Cheon
Radio International
Senatsaal, HfBK Dresden, Germany

Porzellan zerbricht doch
The Sixth Sense
HfBK Dresden, Germany

Temple of Void
The Sixth Sense
HfBK Dresden, Germany

White Archive Project (installation)
Die Angewandte Festival
Die Angewandte, Vienna, Austria

White Archive Project (digital)
We Send You This rgb(45, 116, 249)
digital format exhibition

Porzellan zerbricht doch 


site-specific installation
 Porcelain zerbricht doch is inspired by a found sentence written on the wall in the street of Vienna, called the Porzellangasse.

Artist has been researching the histories of ceramics around Europe since her study in Dresden. So-called ‘Porzellankrankheit’ and ‘White Gold’ are the terms that describe the phenomenon typically well, the obsession with the pure whiteness of the porcelain and how that reflects the mentality of the culture and society at the time.

 This cultural ‘Geist(ghost)’ lives and exists further nowadays, even very worldwide, by the storytelling of the Western, as a legacy of invention, luxury, and winning.

 By this winning, Saxony made not only itself famous by leading the first role in the cultural competition between Middle and West Europe at the time, but also a lot of wealth from the porcelain industry.

 Artists’ journey between Saxony and Vienna underline the transfer of technology development of porcelain. And both Saxony and Vienna share not only the invention of western porcelain but also the war and nationalism.

 As porcelain was considered the ‘perfect material’ to present the ‘white identity in Europe, a ceramic factory in Allach, Germany was taken over by the Nazi government to produce white symbolic figures, such as the ‘Arian’ male figure with a uniform, or on a horse, with a dog, etc.  

 As the other work Temple of Void reflects a dark history, this work refers to the ‘glorious invention’ of Saxony and Middle Europe.  

 In this work, the small egg-like figure is inspired by many forms found in European cultures, such as topiary. This figure is installed vulnerably leaning against the wall-installed altar, which is slightly hidden aside from the main courtyard. The fragile character of this installation is to make a contrast to the centerpiece in the courtyard.