Sang Ho Chung

 
 

Sang Ho Chung (South Korea, 1983) explores the possibilities of oil painting technique by reflecting upon personal and collective memory. This memory is heavily influenced by the digital infrastructure and imagery of the internet. Personal objects such as childhood toys, his own photographs and appropriated and altered web images are juxtaposed and recomposed as a representation of personal and historical memory; this creates parallels relevant to contemporary culture and art history. Sang Ho recently completed his MFA at Goldsmith, after his BFA at the Rhode Island School of Design. 

 

Exhibitions

 

2018

Figurative NOW., Daniel Benjamin Gallery, London, United Kingdom

Goldsmiths, University of London - Degree Show 

2009     

Rhode Island School of Design - Film/Animation/Video Senior Show

 

Projects

 

2013     

Freelance Motion Graphics Designer/Illustrator for outsourcing companies 

 

2012     

Motion Graphics Designer at TV Chosun (Korean Broadcasting Company) 

 

2010     

Freelance Illustrator/Graphic Designer

Education

 

2018     

MFA, Goldsmiths University of London, London, UK

2009     

BFA Rhode Island School of Design