Sangjun’s video artwork untitled [sao paulo] is part of FILE Electronic Language International Festival FILE SAO PAULO 2019 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
25 June, Tuesday, 7:30pm
June 26th to August 11th, 2019
Tuesday to Saturday, from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Sangjun’s interactive installation nevertheless’ is part of CYNETART: Biennale International Festival for Media Art at the European Center for the Arts in Dresden, Germany.
October 11th, 7:00pm
October 11th to 14th, 2018
Sangjun’s new collaborative project with choreographer Daniel Roberts, ‘night cloud’ is having its world-premiere at Velocity Dance Center in Seattle WA.
May 18-20, 2018
Dancers: Biag Gaongen, Anthony Milian, Hannah Simmons, and Erin Yen
Design: Sangjun Yoo
Music: A Crimson Grail, Part II by Rhys Chatham
Costumes: Carl Bronsdon, courtesy of Cornish College of the Arts Dance Department
Sangjun’s new media installation ‘blind film’ opens at New Media Gallery in Jack Straw Cultural Center in Seattle.
Feb 9 – Mar 30, 2018
blind film comprises a series of new media installations involving a real-time composition of the kinetic system and digital interface that attempts to reconfigure familiar subjects that constantly change and repeat in the everyday life but at times come to us like unrefined feelings and traces.
Sangjun’s collaborative project ‘nevertheless’ showcase at Laboratory Residency in Spokane WA.
Partners Through Art Adaptations company: Choreographer Karla Parbon, dancers Brooke Grissom and Melanie S Williams
nevertheless (2017) is a dance performance combining modern choreographies and improvisation with real-time interfaces, smartphones, and data visualizations. Influenced by common characteristics of a young generation, it examines the existential crisis of the millennial generation, portrayed through the lens of smartphones and selfies.
Sangjun’s site-specific project ‘untitled’ is part of “The Clouds in Rapids” exhibition at SEA Foundation in Tilburg, Netherlands. SangJun walked a route through the city and monitored it in GPS. Afterwards, he revisited the journey through Google Streetview. Each frame of the walk is compressed and was blended into a video, subtly shifting and visualising the walk for the viewer. Notes taken by Jun during the walk are inserted in the video, occurring and disappearing on the rhythm of Rapid Eye Movement Data retrieved from the artist himself. During the exhibition ‘A Cloud in Rapids’ SangJun shows a 2-channel video installation with 4 frames, depicting the route on a map.
Friday 19 May, 7 pm
19.05 — 19.06 2017
Gust van Dijk
Tivolistraat 22 5017 HP
Tilburg The Netherlands
Sangjun’s installation ‘distant light’ is on view at Method gallery in Seattle.
Mar 2nd 2017, Thursday, 5:00pm
Until April 15th 2017
106 Third Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104