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B3 – ON DESIRE

With the key topic ON DESIRE, B3 will in fall 2017 reflect on the latest trends relating to the moving image in art and media from a political, technological and aesthetic perspective.  Desire as yearning, wish, lust or hope and its translation into moving images will be explored in an artistic, social, political, sociopolitical and historical perspective and critically examined. . . .

VIDEONALE.16 Festival for Video and Time-Based Arts 2017

The 16th Videonale - Festival for Video and Time-Based Arts, this year took place under the title PERFORM! The exhibitions at the Kunstmuseum Bonn featured recent works by a total of 43 international artists

KINO DER KUNST 2017

a worldwide unique combination of film festival and art exhibition, held its third edition in April 2017. Movie theatres and museums all over Munich presented an International Competition as well as special focuses, artists talks, smposions and multi-channel installations.

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Anita Beckers selection of videos for Independent Collector

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Artemovendo – in collaboration with Goethe Institut Porto Alegre

The video works shown in Artemovendo present a morphology of ambiguous entities, creatures or technical devices. Natural environments are contrasted with artificial, fully computer-designed worlds. Sometimes it is difficult to distinguish whether we have been invited to take a look at the outside world or into a laboratory; even dimensions appear to be chosen arbitrarily. Or do we happen to be entering a microscopically small universe that has been magnified many times over?

"Ajonjolí y otros moles"
Chance, Observation and a Poetics of the Personal

A series of pieces which deal with chance and observation of the every day; that which in our perception is hidden unless we slow down and take a closer look.

Stiftung imai – inter media art institute

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Chang-Jin Lee

Works


Biography

Born in Seoul, Korea
Live & Work in New York City

Education

The State University of New York at Purchase, Purchase, NY, BFA
Parsons School of Design, New York, NY

Selected solo exhibitions

2015
Buk Seoul Museum of Art, Korea "NOT Untitled" through December 13, 2015
The Fullerton Museum, California "Forgotten Faces: The Comfort Women of World War II" through November 1, 2015

2013
“Comfort Women Wanted,” The Peace Memorial Museum of the Comfort Women, Taipei, Taiwan
“Comfort Women Wanted,” Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh, PA
“Flaoting Echo,” The Three Rivers Arts Festival, Pittsburgh, PA
“Comfort Women Wanted,” Public Art, in collaboration with the New York City Department of Transportation’s Urban Art Initiative, New York, NY

2012
“Flaoting Echo,” Locating The Sacred Festival, New York, NY
“Comfort Women Wanted,” 1a Space Gallery, Hong Kong, China

2011
“Comfort Women Wanted,” Spaces Gallery, Cleveland, OH
“Dear Leader,” Franconia Sculpture Park, Franconia, MN

2008
“Comfort Women Wanted,”(Public Art), New York, NY

2005
“Homeland Security Garden,”(Public Art), The World Financial Center Winter Garden, New York, NY
A Part of The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s "What Comes After: Cities, Art and Recovery"

2002
“24/7,”Storage Art Space, Bronx, NY

Selected group exhibitions

2013
“VIDEONALE 14,” Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn, Germany
“Me Love You Long Time” The Mills Gallery, The Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA

2012
“Unveiling the Truth,” George Mason University Gallery, Fairfax, VA
“EAF 2012,” Socrates Sculpture Park, New York, NY

2011
“Busan Sea Art Festival,” Organized by the Busan Biennale, Busan, Korea

2010
“The Blue Sky Project,” Imai Museum, Mitsuke City, Japan
“The 21st Century, The Feminine Century, and the Century of Diversity and Hope”

2009
The Incheon Women Artists’ Biennale, Incheon, Korea
“Fusion Folks,” Bo Pi Liao, Taipei, Taiwan

2008
“Metro Poles, ” The Bronx River Art Center, Bronx, NY

2007
“Meet Qute ,” Heskin Contemporary Gallery, New York, NY
“Made in the U. S. A,” The Educational Alliance/Ernest Rubestein Gallery, New York, NY

2006
“The Peekskill Project,” Organized by The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY
“Gender(f), ” Westnorth Gallery, Baltimore, MD

2005
“Word + Wrack ”Maxwell Fine Arts Gallery, Peeckskill, NY

2004
“amBUSH, ” Van Brunt Gallery, New York, NY

2003
“Intersection: Suffolk & Wall,” The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, NY
“Insert, ” Cuchifritos Art Gallery, New York, NY
“De-Clothing Society, ” The Chinese American Arts Council, New York, NY

2002
“Queens International, ” The Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY
“Contrary Equilibriums ” The Asian American Arts Centre, New York, NY
“Fictive Net Porn: Real Korean, ” The Point Gallery, New York, NY

2001
“Subject Matters, ” Phoenix Gallery, New York, NY
“Women’s Art,” Impact Artists Gallery, Buffalo, NY

2000
“Fresh Produce,” N.Y. International Fringe Festival, Charas/ El Bohio Gallery, New York, NY
“Invitational ,” Soho 20,Gallery, New York, NY

Awards & grants

2013
The Asian Women Giving Circle Award, New York, NY
2012
The New York State Council on the Arts Grant (Film & Media/New Tech Prod), New York, NY
The Socrates Sculpture Park Fellowship, New York, NY
The Asian Women Giving Circle Award, New York, NY
2011
The Busan Sea Art Festival Award, Busan, Korea
The Franconia Sculpture Park Jerome Fellowship, Franconia, MN
2009
The Asian Women Giving Circle Award, New York, NY
Taipei Artist Village, Artist Residency, Taipei, Taiwan
2008
The Asian Cultural Council Fellowship, New York, NY
The New York Foundation for the Arts Fiscal Sponsorship Award, New York, NY
The Manhattan Community Arts Fund, The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, NY
Youkobo Art Space, Artist Residency, Tokyo, Japan
Bamboo Culture International, Artist Residency, Taipei, Taiwan
2006
LMCC-Creative Capital Professional Development Workshop, New York, NY
2005
The World Financial Center Sponsorship, New York
The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Grant, New York, NY
The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Fiscal Sponsorship Award, New York, NY
The Manhattan Community Arts Fund, The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, NY
The Puffin Foundation Grant, Teaneck, NJ
The World Financial Center Artist Residency, New York, NY

Screening/lectures

2016
“Sexual Enslavement During World War II” Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center and Archives Queensborough Community College, New York April 13, 2016
2015
Spelman College, Atlanta Political Science, Social Sciences and Education, Asian Studies Program October 28, 2015
The Korean American Cultural Center, Atlanta Atlanta Consulate General of the Republic of Korea October 29, 2015
2013
COMFORT WOMEN WANTED, Hauser & Wirth gallery, New York, NY
COMFORT WOMEN WANTED, Columbia University, New York, NY
COMFORT WOMEN WANTED, The City University of New York, NY
Visions and Voices, The University of Southern California, CA
2012
COMFORT WOMEN WANTED, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
COMFORT WOMEN WANTED, 1a Space, Hong Kong, China
2011
Women, Arts, & Activism, Asian Contemporary Art Week: Dialogue Program, The China Institute, NY
3D Symposium, Franconia Sculpture Park, Franconia, MN
2009
Taipei Artist Village, Taipei, Taiwan
2008
Bamboo Culture International, Taipei, Taiwan
The Taipei Women’s Rescue Foundation, Taipei, Taiwan

TV & Radio broadcast media

2012
Morning Brew, RTHK Radio, Hong Kong, China
2011
NPR’s Art on Air, Women, Arts, & Activism, Asian Contemporary Art Week: Dialogue Program, NY
New York 1, “Homeland Security Garden” Exhibit Examines What Makes People Feel Safe
2006
Yue-Sai Kan’s World, “Art Show,” Shanghai, China
2005
Aug. 22, New York, NY
Tokyo FM, “9/11 Spacial,” Tokyo, Japan

Selected bibliography

2012
"A Buddha, Full of Air, Sits Serenely on the Waves," The New York Times, Oct 2
“Locating the Sacred Festival,” Time Out NY, Sept 23
2011
"Chang-Jin Lee exhibit at Spaces masters the subtle telling of a horrific secret,” The Plain Dealer, Dec.
2009
“Spotlights on Women Artists at Incheon Biennale,” The Korea Times, July, 30
“The Asian Women Giving Circle Grant Awardees,” The Korea Daily, May, 15
“The Incheon Women Artists’ Biennale,” The Korea Daily, Apr. 20
“Too Close for Comfort,” KoreAm Magazine, Jan
2008
“The Comfort Women System is the largest case of the 20th Century,” The Korea Daily, Dec. 9
“Comfort Women Wanted,” The Brooklyn Museum Community Feminist Bloggers, Dec. 19
2006
“Homeland Security Garden,” Public Art Review, Spring/Summer
2005
“Social Security,” Time Out New York, Aug. 18
“A Post 9/11 Comfort Zone,” The Daily News, New York, Aug. 22
“ Homeland Security Art,” The Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Aug. 23
“Garden of Artist’s Devising,” The New York Times, Aug. 22
“Homeland Security Garden,” The Washington Journal, Aug. 22
“Homeland Security Garden,” The Korea Times, Aug. 30
“What Makes Us Feel Safe,” The Korea Daily, Aug. 30
“Homeland Security Garden,” New York Press, Sept. 22
“Exhibit Looks at What Makes Us Feel Safe,” WTOP Radio, Aug. 22
“Homeland Security Garden,” Lower Manhattan Info, Aug. 22
“Security is a Project about Hope,” San Diego Union Tribune, Aug. 28
“Comfort Art,” The Tribeca Trib, Sept. 1
“Garden Variety,” Time Out, July 14
“Chang-Jin Lee,” Happy Famous Artists, Nov. 6
“Near Ground Zero, security is given artistic expression,” Metro, Aug. 23
2003
“It’s good to be back,” NY ARTS
2002
“Where Witty Meets Gritty,” The New York Times, Nov. 15
“Queens International,” The Korea Times, New York, Aug. 7
“Artists Explore Asian Culture in Chinatown Exhibit,” Lower Manhattan info, Nov.14
“Contrary Equilibriums: Asian Women Artists,” World Journal, Oct. 22
“Contrary Equilibriums,” The Korea Daily, Sept. 21

Publications

2011
“Busan Sea Art Festival” Exhibition Catalogue, Organized by the Busan Biennale, Busan, Korea
“The 21st Century, The Feminine Century, and the Century of Diversity and Hope,” Exhibition Catalogue
2009
The Incheon Women Artists’ Biennale, Incheon, Korea
2002
“Queens International,” Exhibition Catalogue, The Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY
“Contrary Equilibriums,” Exhibition Catalogue, Asian American Arts Centre, New York, NY

Chang-Jin Lee
Born in Seoul, Korea Live & Work in New York City Education The State University of New York at Purchase, Purchase, NY, BFA Parsons School of Design, New York, NY Selected solo exhibitions 2015 Buk Seoul Museum of Art, Korea NOT Untitled through December 13, 2015 The Fullerton Museum, California Forgotten Faces: The Comfort Women of World War II through November 1, 2015 2013 “Comfort Women Wanted,” The Peace Memorial Museum of the Comfort Women, Taipei, Taiwan “Comfort Women Wanted,” Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh, PA “Flaoting Echo,” The Three Rivers Arts Festival, Pittsburgh, PA “Comfort Women Wanted,” Public Art, in collaboration with the New York City Department of Transportation’s Urban Art Initiative, New York, NY 2012 “Flaoting Echo,” Locating The Sacred Festival, New York, NY “Comfort Women Wanted,” 1a Space Gallery, Hong Kong, China 2011 “Comfort Women Wanted,” Spaces Gallery, Cleveland, OH “Dear Leader,” Franconia Sculpture Park, Franconia, MN 2008 “Comfort Women Wanted,”(Public Art), New York, NY 2005 “Homeland Security Garden,”(Public Art), The World Financial Center Winter Garden, New York, NY A Part of The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s What Comes After: Cities, Art and Recovery 2002 “24/7,”Storage Art Space, Bronx, NY Selected group exhibitions 2013 “VIDEONALE 14,” Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn, Germany “Me Love You Long Time” The Mills Gallery, The Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA 2012 “Unveiling the Truth,” George Mason University Gallery, Fairfax, VA “EAF 2012,” Socrates Sculpture Park, New York, NY 2011 “Busan Sea Art Festival,” Organized by the Busan Biennale, Busan, Korea 2010 “The Blue Sky Project,” Imai Museum, Mitsuke City, Japan “The 21st Century, The Feminine Century, and the Century of Diversity and Hope” 2009 The Incheon Women Artists’ Biennale, Incheon, Korea “Fusion Folks,” Bo Pi Liao, Taipei, Taiwan 2008 “Metro Poles, ” The Bronx River Art Center, Bronx, NY 2007 “Meet Qute ,” Heskin Contemporary Gallery, New York, NY “Made in the U. S. A,” The Educational Alliance/Ernest Rubestein Gallery, New York, NY 2006 “The Peekskill Project,” Organized by The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY “Gender(f), ” Westnorth Gallery, Baltimore, MD 2005 “Word + Wrack ”Maxwell Fine Arts Gallery, Peeckskill, NY 2004 “amBUSH, ” Van Brunt Gallery, New York, NY 2003 “Intersection: Suffolk & Wall,” The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, NY “Insert, ” Cuchifritos Art Gallery, New York, NY “De-Clothing Society, ” The Chinese American Arts Council, New York, NY 2002 “Queens International, ” The Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY “Contrary Equilibriums ” The Asian American Arts Centre, New York, NY “Fictive Net Porn: Real Korean, ” The Point Gallery, New York, NY 2001 “Subject Matters, ” Phoenix Gallery, New York, NY “Women’s Art,” Impact Artists Gallery, Buffalo, NY 2000 “Fresh Produce,” N.Y. International Fringe Festival, Charas/ El Bohio Gallery, New York, NY “Invitational ,” Soho 20,Gallery, New York, NY Awards & grants 2013 The Asian Women Giving Circle Award, New York, NY 2012 The New York State Council on the Arts Grant (Film & Media/New Tech Prod), New York, NY The Socrates Sculpture Park Fellowship, New York, NY The Asian Women Giving Circle Award, New York, NY 2011 The Busan Sea Art Festival Award, Busan, Korea The Franconia Sculpture Park Jerome Fellowship, Franconia, MN 2009 The Asian Women Giving Circle Award, New York, NY Taipei Artist Village, Artist Residency, Taipei, Taiwan 2008 The Asian Cultural Council Fellowship, New York, NY The New York Foundation for the Arts Fiscal Sponsorship Award, New York, NY The Manhattan Community Arts Fund, The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, NY Youkobo Art Space, Artist Residency, Tokyo, Japan Bamboo Culture International, Artist Residency, Taipei, Taiwan 2006 LMCC-Creative Capital Professional Development Workshop, New York, NY 2005 The World Financial Center Sponsorship, New York The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Grant, New York, NY The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Fiscal Sponsorship Award, New York, NY The Manhattan Community Arts Fund, The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, NY The Puffin Foundation Grant, Teaneck, NJ The World Financial Center Artist Residency, New York, NY Screening/lectures 2016 “Sexual Enslavement During World War II” Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center and Archives Queensborough Community College, New York April 13, 2016 2015 Spelman College, Atlanta Political Science, Social Sciences and Education, Asian Studies Program October 28, 2015 The Korean American Cultural Center, Atlanta Atlanta Consulate General of the Republic of Korea October 29, 2015 2013 COMFORT WOMEN WANTED, Hauser & Wirth gallery, New York, NY COMFORT WOMEN WANTED, Columbia University, New York, NY COMFORT WOMEN WANTED, The City University of New York, NY Visions and Voices, The University of Southern California, CA 2012 COMFORT WOMEN WANTED, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China COMFORT WOMEN WANTED, 1a Space, Hong Kong, China 2011 Women, Arts, & Activism, Asian Contemporary Art Week: Dialogue Program, The China Institute, NY 3D Symposium, Franconia Sculpture Park, Franconia, MN 2009 Taipei Artist Village, Taipei, Taiwan 2008 Bamboo Culture International, Taipei, Taiwan The Taipei Women’s Rescue Foundation, Taipei, Taiwan TV & Radio broadcast media 2012 Morning Brew, RTHK Radio, Hong Kong, China 2011 NPR’s Art on Air, Women, Arts, & Activism, Asian Contemporary Art Week: Dialogue Program, NY New York 1, “Homeland Security Garden” Exhibit Examines What Makes People Feel Safe 2006 Yue-Sai Kan’s World, “Art Show,” Shanghai, China 2005 Aug. 22, New York, NY Tokyo FM, “9/11 Spacial,” Tokyo, Japan Selected bibliography 2012 A Buddha, Full of Air, Sits Serenely on the Waves, The New York Times, Oct 2 “Locating the Sacred Festival,” Time Out NY, Sept 23 2011 Chang-Jin Lee exhibit at Spaces masters the subtle telling of a horrific secret,” The Plain Dealer, Dec. 2009 “Spotlights on Women Artists at Incheon Biennale,” The Korea Times, July, 30 “The Asian Women Giving Circle Grant Awardees,” The Korea Daily, May, 15 “The Incheon Women Artists’ Biennale,” The Korea Daily, Apr. 20 “Too Close for Comfort,” KoreAm Magazine, Jan 2008 “The Comfort Women System is the largest case of the 20th Century,” The Korea Daily, Dec. 9 “Comfort Women Wanted,” The Brooklyn Museum Community Feminist Bloggers, Dec. 19 2006 “Homeland Security Garden,” Public Art Review, Spring/Summer 2005 “Social Security,” Time Out New York, Aug. 18 “A Post 9/11 Comfort Zone,” The Daily News, New York, Aug. 22 “ Homeland Security Art,” The Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Aug. 23 “Garden of Artist’s Devising,” The New York Times, Aug. 22 “Homeland Security Garden,” The Washington Journal, Aug. 22 “Homeland Security Garden,” The Korea Times, Aug. 30 “What Makes Us Feel Safe,” The Korea Daily, Aug. 30 “Homeland Security Garden,” New York Press, Sept. 22 “Exhibit Looks at What Makes Us Feel Safe,” WTOP Radio, Aug. 22 “Homeland Security Garden,” Lower Manhattan Info, Aug. 22 “Security is a Project about Hope,” San Diego Union Tribune, Aug. 28 “Comfort Art,” The Tribeca Trib, Sept. 1 “Garden Variety,” Time Out, July 14 “Chang-Jin Lee,” Happy Famous Artists, Nov. 6 “Near Ground Zero, security is given artistic expression,” Metro, Aug. 23 2003 “It’s good to be back,” NY ARTS 2002 “Where Witty Meets Gritty,” The New York Times, Nov. 15 “Queens International,” The Korea Times, New York, Aug. 7 “Artists Explore Asian Culture in Chinatown Exhibit,” Lower Manhattan info, Nov.14 “Contrary Equilibriums: Asian Women Artists,” World Journal, Oct. 22 “Contrary Equilibriums,” The Korea Daily, Sept. 21 Publications 2011 “Busan Sea Art Festival” Exhibition Catalogue, Organized by the Busan Biennale, Busan, Korea “The 21st Century, The Feminine Century, and the Century of Diversity and Hope,” Exhibition Catalogue 2009 The Incheon Women Artists’ Biennale, Incheon, Korea 2002 “Queens International,” Exhibition Catalogue, The Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY “Contrary Equilibriums,” Exhibition Catalogue, Asian American Arts Centre, New York, NY

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