Jusub Kim, Ph.D. | 김주섭
Jusub Kim is a creative technologist, computational artist, researcher, and educator in the intersection of art and technology. His work focuses on the creative uses of computing and the new interactive systems that create new values in the arts, culture, and entertainment. Previously, he worked at the R&D Team of Rhythm & Hues Studios in Los Angeles and contributed to the productions of about a dozen major Hollywood feature films including Life of PI which won the best visual effects Oscar in the 85th Academy award. He received a Ph.D. in computer graphics from University of Maryland, College Park, and B.S. & M.S. in electronics engineering from Yonsei University in Seoul. He served as the founding chair of department of Art & Technology from 2012 to 2017. He is currently an associate professor of Art & Technology and directing Creative Computing Group in the School of Media, Arts, and Science at Sogang University in Seoul.
Email: jusub at sogang.ac.kr [ CV ]
Sey Min | 민세희
Sey Min, an artist who is specialized in the visualization of data, attempts to understand our own selves and our society from diverse perspectives, particularly through data. Her works are an effort to recognize the aspect of our existence in a technology-driven environment by way of several visualization projects: the visualization of architecture that changes its form depending on the amount of energy consumption, the visualization of the public’s awareness of certain subjects based on publicly shared data, and the visualization of the environment of artificial intelligence (obtained by mechanical training) through which we reflect ourselves. Min’s works have been introduced in TED global 2012, TED 2011, Lift Asia, and the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea.
Email: sey.min at randomwalks.org, www.ttoky.com