Soyeon Jung (USA)

Soyeon Jung

participant in
VideoChannel – memory & identity
Video Art from USA – curated by Alysse Stepanian (USA)

Currently residing in US City/ State: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Originally from South Korea, Soyeon Jung is a multi-disciplinary artist currently practicing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her work interrogates the intimate subject of personal memory from a multicultural perspective that is rooted in her experience of being situated in between Korea and
the United States.
Her installation and video work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions and screened in a variety of venues including London OMSK, International Womenʼs Film Festival, Detroit Museum of New Art, Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, Big Orbit Gallery, CEPA Gallery, and Olean
Public Gallery. Additionally she collaborates with Hans Gindlesberger on an ongoing, site-specific installation, Binocular Project, the first version of which appeared in the Noctuminal exhibition at Buffaloʼs Central Terminal.
Soyeon was a graphic and web designer at Samsung in Korea before relocating to the United States. She received her MFA from the Department of Media Study at the University at Buffalo.
Currently, she teaches in the Peck School of the Arts at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and at Carroll University in the fields of graphic design, experimental film and video, and digital art.