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Jisoo Jit Seo

Jisoo Jit Seo The Turn of the Screw (2021) two-channel HD video, color, sound, 2 minutes 44 seconds, T1 Pavilion, Oil Tank Culture Park, Seoul


Jisoo Jit Seo (b.1996, Seoul) is a South Korean transdisciplinary artist who loves to change the shape of subjects freely through technology in order to create dialogue between humans and objects. She holds an MA in Fine Art and BA in Textile Design from Chelsea College of Arts. Based on her core interest in artificialness and derangement, she uses print, video, and sound to reverberate the intersections of digital and humanity.

Jisoo presented her work The Turn of the Screw at Tank 1 Glass Pavilion in 2021. The system in The Turn of the Screw repeats adaptation and detachment within the spatial flow and as a result, the third place, which cannot be replaced for any place is founded. She investigates the social context of fordism in software which creates today's model and has projected on anarchism movements to express her thoughts on the current social issue of losing independent reflective competence.


Seo has exhibited her works at Oil Tank Culture Park (Seoul, 2021), CAN Foundation (Seoul, 2020), Seongbuk Young Art Space Window Gallery - Seongbuk Museum of Art (Seoul, 2020), Kensington Chelsea Art Week (London, Online 2020), Gallery DOS (Seoul, 2020), Glogau AIR (Berlin, 2019), Cookhouse Gallery (London, 2019), Oxo Tower Wharf (London, 2018).

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