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Doosan Gallery
533 West 25th Street, New York, NY, 212 242 6343
September 8 - October 8, 2011
Reception: Thursday, September 8, 6 - 8 PM
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Opening Reception: Thursday, September 8th, 6-8 pm Dance Performance: Thursday, September 8th, 6-6:30pm

DOOSAN Gallery is pleased to announce SUBMERGED, the solo exhibition of Eunsu Kang whose interactive media installations create a surreal landscape of fluid relations. Using sound and video projections that are sensitive to viewers’ every movement, Kang invites viewers to a continuum of action and response.

This exhibition features two of the artist’s latest works: Membranes (Invisible Walls) and Shin’m 2.0. Upon entry, the living fields of Membranes subsume viewers into an environment that is established by perpetual acts of generation and dissipation. A few steps away, viewers encounter Shin’m 2.0. The circular masses of Shin’m 2.0, constantly repositioning themselves in reaction to viewers’ gestures, are weightless and free-floating. Immersed within the space that creates an illusion of underwater experience, viewers become a part of Kang’s works, challenging and expanding the relationship one is able to have with others.

This exhibition is accompanied by a dance performance of Kang’s long-time collaborator Diana Garcia-Snyder. The performance will take place on the night of the opening reception. All viewers are cordially invited.

Eunsu Kang was born in 1974 in Seoul, Korea. She received her B.F.A. and M.F.A. from Ewha Womans University in Seoul, Korea, M.A. from University of California Santa Barbara in Santa Barbara, California, and Ph.D. from University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. She has had solo exhibitions at Gallery Kunst Doc (2010, Seoul, Korea), 911 Media Arts Center (2008, Seattle, WA), SOIL Gallery (2008, Seattle, WA), and Insa Art Space (2002, Seoul, Korea). Her work has also been included in group exhibitions at Ewha Womans University Museum (2011, Seoul, Korea), Wing Luke Asian Museum (2010, Seattle, WA), CAFA Museum, (2009, Beijing, China), Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art (2008, Ansan, Korea), Le Cube (2006, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France), and Rooseum Center for Contemporary Art (2003, Malmo, Sweden). Kang currently lives and works in Akron, Ohio.
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