Taezoo Park solo exhibition “New Era”―KOREAN ART Relations
DMOARTS is pleased to announce Taezoo Park's first solo exhibition in Japan, "New Era" at THE STORIES (Osaka, Japan).
In collaboration with "SOEUL×TOKYO collection" to be held at the same venue, the event "KOREAN ART Relations" will introduce artists with a cultural background in Korea.
Korean-born, New York-based artist Taezoo Park has created a series of highly acclaimed works called "Digital Being," each with its unique character.
Park brings a light of curiosity and communication to a new era giving old forgotten devices new technology with his interactive styled works, respond to the viewer's actions.
Pratt Institute | New York, USA | Class of 2012 | M.F.A. Digital Arts
Hong-Ik University | Korea | Class of 2007 | B.F.A. Animation
Taezoo Park is an artist whose work explores analog and digital technologies. Park pushes new artistic forms through his unique use of digital codes, emphasizing the existent 'character' within an abandoned and forgotten technology. He calls it "Digital Being" and continues a series of work.
Along with him, "The Digital Being" was introduced by the major media including ABC news, BBC news, and exhibitions such as ACM Interactions, ACM SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Community, ACM SIGGRAPH Asia, Children's Museum of the Arts New York, Open Journal System: Continent, and so on.
His recent interactive installation, "Digital Being: Rebirth", is on display at the 3 World Trade Center from November 2020 to November 2021.
[KOREAN ART Relations]
Taezoo Park solo exhibition "New Era"
Produced by DMOARTS（2nd floor）
SOEUL×TOKYO collection @Nakazaki
by SEOUL×TOKYO（1st floor）
March 9th, Tuesday - 21th Sunday, 2021
Weekdays 3 p.m.-9 p.m. / Saturdays and Sundays 1 p.m.-7 p.m.
（1-7-13, Nakazaki-Nishi, Kita-ku, Osaka)
Organized by DMOARTS (802 Mediaworks Ltd.）/ MONOWORKS Ltd.
Supported by: Korean Cultural Center Osaka
SEOUL×TOKYO ExihibitionVol.1 #withCORONA
-COVID19- in OSAKA
March 9th, Tuesday - 19th Friday, 2021
Korean Cultural Center Osaka gallery
(4F, 2-4-2, Nakazaki, Kita-ku, Osaka 530-0016)