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Biography

Jisoo Chung is an LA-based multi-disciplinary artist working primarily through video, performance, and installation. Her works pay attention to the failure of daily based technology, especially to the mistranslation between digital algorithms and analogue reality. The failures in her work form a ground to reform the relationship between herself and a value of rules, quantification in a digitized society. Chung received her BFA from Seoul National University in the area of Painting, and her MFA from the University of California Los Angeles, in the area of New Genres. A commissioned video work <Memory Between The Dots(2019)> was selected for the Original Artwork, New Digital (Video) CIPs Project by Metro Arts & Design, Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation in 2019 and she has been nominated ArtSlant Prize showcase winner in the New-media category in 2018. Chung’s works have been shown at art spaces in Los Angeles and Seoul, such as Durden and Ray gallery(LA), TSA LA(LA), Claremont Graduate University and Millard Sheets Art Center(Pomona, CA), 1748 adams(LA), and Seoul National University Museum of Art(Seoul). She was a member of <Society - C >, the theater group which engages performance combined with media where she contributed as an actress and a video designer.