Glasgow School of Fine Art Sculpture & Environmental Art

Iju Park

Iju Park is an artist and she works between Glasgow and Seoul. Her practice is based on the essence of human life through sound, installation and writing. Her recent work is the way of understanding others in the fluid world. This question comes from observations about lacking of connection and irrationality during lockdown. We cannot understand each other even though there are so many conversations. There is a lacking of understanding in society between people. Even without the lockdown, she interestingly observes these problems are always with us.

 

 

 

Contact
ijuijugourd@gmail.com
I.Park1@student.gsa.ac.uk
ijupark.cargo.site
Works
circle circle orbit circle 1,2/abyss
P1/2 (r, θ, φ)

circle circle orbit circle 1,2/abyss

 

circle circle orbit circle 1,2/ abyss

endless circulation

 

HOLD GSA ACCOUNTABLE

circle circle orbit circle 1,2/ abyss

circle circle orbit circle (1)

circle circle orbit circle (2)

circle circle orbit circle (2)

abyss,2020

P1/2 (r, θ, φ)

P1/2 (r, θ, φ)

In this project, she focuses on sharing time, space and experience to solve disconnect communication. By belonging to a shared place, she wants to create an opportunity for people to understand each other. She is interested in using technology to test invisible phenomena. In this project, she uses sound to form a structure in the air, which takes the audience on a journey from “nothing” to “something”. In an invisible structure, it provides a space for the audience to share their time and experience, and she asks questions to audience about how we perceive sound and share the perceived time.

 

photo credit : McAteer Photo

P1/2 (R, Θ, Φ), 2021

P1/2 (r, θ, φ)

P1/2 (R, Θ, Φ), 2021

P1/2 (r, θ, φ)

P1/2 (R, Θ, Φ), 2021

P1/2 (r, θ, φ)

P1/2 (R, Θ, Φ)

P1/2 (R, Θ, Φ), Mid Wharf, 2021