YEONWOO CHANG 


Dresden - Vienna - Seoul ︎

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PROJECTS

Current Projects:

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

2023.

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 

2022.

어 White Tiger 
A SYMPHONY OF HORROR
Studio Class Philipsz, Pfotenhauerstraße, HfBK Dresden, Germany

Broken White Noise 
SOUND SPACE BODY
Weiße Gasse, Dresden, Germany

Whipped White Tale
SOUND SPACE BODY
Weiße Gasse, Dresden, Germany 

Eclipse Radio 
Radio International
Manifesta 14, Prishtina, Kosobo

Adonia Adonia
Jahresausstellung Class Philipsz, HfBK Dresden, Germany

Mediator
Jahresausstellung Class Philipsz, HfBK Dresden, Germany 

CAMP!
Künstlerische Intervention mit Collectiv, Galerie Ladøns, Hamburg, Germany

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

2021.

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

WAYU 2020


2020

site-specific installation
photo, orchideen, ceramic bowl(stoneware), collected stones, water
size variable
 Wayu is an old East Asian term, that describes the typical type of appreciating the landscape painting. When the circumstance doesn't allow them to wander nature, people hung landscape paintings of great nature on the walls of the small tea room to enjoy instead.

 The work is a combination of Korean antique ceramic bowl that is almost a century old and the stones from different places around the world, collected by the artist and arranged together as a ritual formation of artwork. The photo is a captured moment of the artists’ favorite place and person in mind, which is physically distant in South Korea. Two orchids are indicating the common East Asian motive that is used in tradition to symbolize nobility, loyalty and innocence. Inspired and created during the Corona pandemic, the work addresses and ruminates the meaning of nature and physical reality for mankind in 2020.