'Jung uncovers feminism's political nature through the conceptual attributions of linguistic mediums, establishing her own aesthetics with sensuously refined visual imagery. She has addressed themes such as gender fulfillment with serious consideration of and introspection on the subjects to represent. Her works seek concepts, such as gender, fulfillment, Homo Sacer, unrepresentability, community, hospitality, and Womad.' (p.9)

Authored by writer Su Mee Chin, this third volume of the Arko Media Critique Series presents a vivid interpretation of Eun Young Jung's video art. Featured pieces include The Wedding (2011), The Master Class (2010), and The Narrow Sorrow (2008), and illustrations of each artwork accompany the text. Artist biography included. 
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Onsite

editor

LEE Youngjoo

Location code REF.ARKO
Language

Korean, 

English

Publication/Creation date

2012

No of pages

100

ISBN / ISSN

9788965830337

No of copies

2

Content type

monograph

Chapter headings
Solidarity between Passion and Detachment
1. Flow, to 'All Who Arrive Safe''
2. Passing, 'What to Reply This Time Is the Skin'
3. The Poetic, 'I'd Like to Narrate in Another Language, Not My Language'
4. Solidarity, 'No Priests Followed'
5. Struggle, 'We Are Devils to Ourselves'
6. Terminal Station: 'Thus the Night Brightened the Night'
Arko Media Critique Series 3: Artist Siren Eun Young Jung
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Arko Media Critique Series 3: Artist Siren Eun Young Jung, 아르코 미디어 비평 총서 시리즈 3: 작가 정은영