is a visual artist who works closely with time-based and digital media. While her work utilizes the technological means, her subject matter deals with the human-ness in the multiple/fragmented existence of the Self.
Her single-channel video “double” has shown widely at festivals and screenings in Canada, the United States, the UK, The Netherlands and Germany. Her video installations have exhibited around Canada and Italy: Untitled (Milan, IT, 2005), Aesthetics of Resistance (Como, IT, 2005),
Khyber Centre for the Arts (Halifax, CA, 2004), Truck Gallery (Calgary, CA, 2004), Gallery 44 (Toronto, CA, 2002), Media City 8 (Windsor, CA, 2002). In 2004, she received K.M. Hunter Artist Award in Visual Arts, which acknowledges the emerging talents in the arts. She teaches Time-Based Media and Interdisciplinary Studio courses at the University of Western Ontario in
London and Ontario College of Art & Design in Toronto.
June Pak is participating in
Title: “Double”, video, 2002