The two artists, full of ideas, photograph people in their real homes and they create artificial living rooms, which can be seen simultaneously as image and as vision.
The incitement behind this artistical project of research is a merger of curiousity and fascination. Yes - Sukyun Yang and Insook Ju are surely fascinated by this exciting new virtual world. They let us enter digital rooms and show graphically and with ironical distance the seemingly infinite potential of technology.
Klaus Sebastian in the catalogue “Yang Ju Bang” 2011
2010 - 2012 Teaching assignment (3D Modeling/Animation) at the FH Aachen
2009 - 2010 Guest Professors at Art University, Kassel, Germany
since 2007 free artistical cooperation at the Kultur Bahnhof Eller in Düsseldorf
1999 & 2000 Diploma with honour (Theme: Ja-Yeon in the Computer & lust und joy)
1995 & 1996 Master Students (both)
1999 & 2000 Studies at the Art Academy Münster, Germany, under Prof. Paul Isenrath
1991 & 1989 Studies of Painting at the Hong-ik Uni. & Visual Design - studies at Hong-Ik College, Seoul, Korea
Most important awards/symposiums
2011 Working Scholarship - Summer Atelier 18, Kultur Bahnhof Eller, Düsseldorf
2010 The First Digifesta-Rookie Contest for New Artist, Gwangju, Korea
2010 International Artist Exchange - Proects: Ein-Hod/Israel, Düsseldorf
2009 and 2004 Scholarships awarded by the Foundation Künstlerdorf Schöppingen