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Biho Ryu

Video artist

1970 Born in Gunsan, South Korea

Lives and Works in Seoul

Following his first solo exhibition titled The Steel Sun in 2000, he co-organized Artistic Acts through Hacking(2001) – a ‘research group on art, society and media’ with contemporarian artists, organizers and media researchers – and Parasite-Tactical Media Networks(2004-2006), etc. and conducted research and artistic activities. Throughout the period, he released artworks raising aesthetic questions on art and society, including Flexible Landscape(2008, 2009), Extreme Private Practice(2010), Mutual Escape(2010) and Twin Peaks(2011). He also participated in such group exhibitions as Wrap Around the Time(Nam June Paik Art Center), The special project for the 20th anniversary of the Gwangju Biennale: “Sweet Dew – Since 1980”(The 5.18 Democracy Plaza, Gwangju), The Future is Now!(La Friche Belle de Mai, Marseille) and Bad Boys, Here and Now(Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art). He was invited to Sungkok Art Museu

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1970 Born in Gunsan, South Korea

Lives and Works in Seoul

Following his first solo exhibition titled The Steel Sun in 2000, he co-organized Artistic Acts through Hacking(2001) – a ‘research group on art, society and media’ with contemporarian artists, organizers and media researchers – and Parasite-Tactical Media Networks(2004-2006), etc. and conducted research and artistic activities. Throughout the period, he released artworks raising aesthetic questions on art and society, including Flexible Landscape(2008, 2009), Extreme Private Practice(2010), Mutual Escape(2010) and Twin Peaks(2011). He also participated in such group exhibitions as Wrap Around the Time(Nam June Paik Art Center), The special project for the 20th anniversary of the Gwangju Biennale: “Sweet Dew – Since 1980”(The 5.18 Democracy Plaza, Gwangju), The Future is Now!(La Friche Belle de Mai, Marseille) and Bad Boys, Here and Now(Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art). He was invited to Sungkok Art Museum in 2015 for being recognized as ‘Awardee of ‘Sungkok Artist of Tomorrow’ in 2013, organizing his solo exhibition – In My Sky at Twilight(2015). He recently participated in The International Studio Programme of Künstlerhaus Bethanien(Berlin), BilbaoArte AiR(Bilbao) and Glenfiddich AiR(Dufftown, Scotland).

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New Media Art from Korea

Exhibition in collaboration with MMCA - National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea as part of Florence Korea Film Festival 2015

MAD Murate Art District celebrates its first year of activity with an exhibition designed in collaboration with the MMCA – National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art , Korea – and the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Italy. The exhibition is focused on the latest generation of Korean artists active in the international art scene. Organized in conjunction with the Florence Korea Film Festival, New Media Art from Korea shows a selection of works of some of the most representative Korea’s new media artists. Artists of Korea, the homeland of Nam June Paik, are working on many experiments and challenges in video, interactive media and web art. The works, presented at MAD, are lively representations of various perspectives on critical issues surrounding new media art including art, technology, society and human. National Museum of Contemporary Art (Acting Director, KIM Jeongbae) is the one and only national art museum of Korea established in 1969. After its re-opening in

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MAD Murate Art District celebrates its first year of activity with an exhibition designed in collaboration with the MMCA – National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art , Korea – and the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Italy. The exhibition is focused on the latest generation of Korean artists active in the international art scene. Organized in conjunction with the Florence Korea Film Festival, New Media Art from Korea shows a selection of works of some of the most representative Korea’s new media artists. Artists of Korea, the homeland of Nam June Paik, are working on many experiments and challenges in video, interactive media and web art. The works, presented at MAD, are lively representations of various perspectives on critical issues surrounding new media art including art, technology, society and human. National Museum of Contemporary Art (Acting Director, KIM Jeongbae) is the one and only national art museum of Korea established in 1969. After its re-opening in Gwacheon in 1986, the museum has been collecting, preserving and researching contemporary art in three locations including Deoksugung (opened in 1998) and Seoul (opened in 2013).

New Media Art from Korea

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New Media Art from Korea

Mostra in collaborazione con il MMCA - National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea per il Florence Korea Film Festival 2015

New Media Art from Korea

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