Both Chroma-Keying and Frame accumulating Techniques are essential to my work, and they help creating fantasies beyond time and space. I frequently appropriate the announcements from Hegel, Confucius, and Presidents, and many more, to support my opinion. By examining the philosophical concepts along with the historical moments, I strive to locate my place, and I purpose to emphasize the concurrency of the “process and consequences” of my experience. This process becomes my Awakening progression of becoming cosmo-metropolitan.
In CUE, I will extend from “Philosophical Debate” and “Discoverer” to “Silk Road” and “Gold Rush.” I will upgrade and pursue them to interact by giving and receiving feedback with others through upcoming shows and residencies.
Moo Kwon Han completed MFA at School of Visual Arts, NY and currently lives/works in New York. Han’s performance and computer-generated video installations are originated from metal sculpture, calligraphy and architecture. Dan Cameron commented, “Although he is a veritable wizard at video editing, Han’s most substantive artistic gift is his drive to tease new meanings out of seemingly ordinary sources”
Han practices yoga and running to express his ideological fantasy through performance in video. Han navigates between digital excitement and analogical sympathy. Han focuses on ‘Digging for the truth’ & ‘The Awakening Stage’ of Philosophy, politic, and international relation.
Han’s sculpture is permanently installed in Kyung-In Museum of Fine Art, Seoul. Han had award-shows twice at National Museum of Contemporary Art and Hoam Gallery, Seoul, Korea and Asian Contemporary Art Week2006, presented by Asia Society Museum New York and Video Dumbo 2007. An international show tours in Seoul (Korea), Shanghai (China), and Poznan (Poland) in 2007.