Seohyo has practiced a form of installation and performance-based work combining common everyday objects with media technology to render them unfamiliar, allowing us to perceive ordinary things in new ways. She has turned her attention to media literacy education programs, pursuing projects to explore the different possibilities of coding through a Creative Computation class. More recently, she has expanded her daily coding practice to generative art, which she started as a way to encourage herself during the pandemic. She creates a variety of animations, either mathematically imagined shapes or taking inspiration from nature.

These works have also been featured on urban billboards at the Korea National Museum of History (Seoul), Kerry Center (Hangzhou), Ten Square (Singapore), Hoog Catharijne (Utrecht), Ebisu Garden (Tokyo), and Incheon International Airport. She also has taken part in events such as Demo Festival(2022), D:Art Festival(2022), the Asia Triennial Manchester(2011), the Seoul Mediacity Biennale(2008), the Gwangju Design Biennale(2007), the Kobe Biennale(2007), the Ogaki Biennale(2006), and SIGGRAPH(2006).

South Korea


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