Jeehee Park (b. 1984, lives/works in Seoul) is a sculptor whose work explores nature of the modern buildings in relation to biology, anthropology, physics, and folklore. Her work engages an interest in non-human, time, history and their entangle in the modern building, in the process of de-centering anthropocentric events and meaning.
Jeehee has been awarded fellowship and residencies at the MAK center, LA, The Glenfiddich artist residence program, Scotland, and the Swatch Art Peace Hotel artist residency, Shanghai. Jeehee is the recipient of the Kenneth Armitage Young Sculpture Prize and SFAC emerging artist fund (2020) and ARCO art and technology artist fund (2021).
Jeehee’s work has been exhibited in numerous venues nationally and internationally. Recent exhibitions include Michael was a good neighbor, MAK center, LA, USA (2019), Seoul Focus [25.7], SeMA Bukseoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea (2017): Neo geography 1, Centre d'art, Neuchâtel, Switzerland (2017): When does a rectangle become a parallelogram? Alternative space Loop, Seoul (2015): The tomorrow people, Fishmen H.Forman&Son Fish, London, UK(2014): Busan Biennale special exhibition 'Garden of Learning', Busan Cultural Center, Busan. (2012) among many others.
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Current location | Seoul, Korea
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