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DOOSAN Curator Workshop

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DOOSAN CURATOR WORKSHOP DOOSAN CURATOR WORKSHOP DCW supports young emerging curators with the potential to make fresh new contribution to the Korean contemporary art scene. The workshop is conducted for a year, offering a chance for the participants to co-organize an exhibition at DOOSAN Gallery.
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  • 1-year educational program (10 lectures), co-curated exhibition (DOOSAN Gallery)
Seunga You
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Seunga You is interested in curating exhibitions that construct dimensions to provide new sensory experiences of the world. She focuses on the problems of the body as being shaped by social contexts while pondering the visual arts.

Sangyeop Rhii
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An independent curator based in Seoul, Sangyeop Rhii pursued curatorial studies and art studies at undergraduate and postgraduate schools. Her master’s thesis was titled “A Study on the New Relationship between Contemporary Art and Decoration: Decoration as Art, Art as Decoration.” She curated the exhibitions Living Relation (Namsan Dullegil, Seoul, 2021–2022), Decoration (CAN Foundation Old House, Seoul, 2020), and Soomin Kang’s solo exhibition A Sweaty Feast (OS, Seoul, 2020).

Jieon Lee
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As a curator based in Seoul, Jieon Lee enjoys linking science fiction images with the birth of a new normality observed in the current age. She is also interested in various media experiments that use the “body” as a medium. From 2020 to 2022, Lee was part of the Busan Biennale exhibition team, and currently works as an assistant curator for Contemporary Art Department 2  of the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea (MMCA).  She has studied exhibitions and projects while expanding on the production of artworks, and curated and co-curated numerous exhibitions, including Contrology (Hall1, Seoul, 2022), Ecotone: Capacity for Escape (Post Territory Ujeongguk, Seoul, 2022), Fragile Zone (Future Society, Seoul, 2022), Underwater Hibernation (PLACEMAK3, Seoul, 2021), and Emerging Landscape: A New Normality (Royal West of England Academy, Bristol, UK, 2019).

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