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Exhibitions DAEJEON MUSEUM OF ART

Daejeon Biennale

HISTORY OF DAEJEON BIENNALE

  • Daejeon Biennale (formerly Project Daejeon) is the Daejeon Museum of Art's biannual art project integrating technology, nature, and humanity. Since 2000, beginning under the title Daejeon FAST, this project has steadily worked to organize international showcases presenting the work of creative convergence between science and art in partnership with various Daejeon research and cultural institutions.
  • In 2012, Project Daejeon, with the theme of Energy, an issue that remains pertinent to our individual and collective lives, exhibited works addressing hybrid or alternative forms of energy with an eye to the future.
  • Its 2014 theme, Brain, peeped into ongoing issues of brain science through the related technologies embodied in various art forms.
  • In 2016, with the theme of Cosmos, the project brought together works creating new visions of the cosmos via artistic imaginations rooted in the studies of astrophysics, planets, signals, and dark matter.
  • 2018 Daejeon Biennale promotes a variety of art-science collaborations in close partnership with KAIST, IBS, KRICT, and KRIBB, all of which are essential Korean science institutions located in Daejeon.
  • With this fresh beginning, the Daejeon Museum of Art will accelerate its work to inform and enhance the identity of Daejeon as the city of science and culture through continuous collaboration between art and science.
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Daejeon Biennale2020 "A.I., Sunshine Misses Windows "
  • Date September 8. ~ December 6. 2020
  • Venue Daejeon Museum of Art, KAIST Visionhall
  • Hosted by Daejeon Museum of Art, KAIST, TJB, Daejeon Daily Newpaper
  • Sponsored by Daejeon City, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the Ministry of Science and ICT
  • Cooperation with the National Research Council of Science & Technology, Daedeok R&D Complex Board of Directors, the National Science Museum, and more
Artistis
A.I., Sunshine Misses Windows / Daejeon Museum of Art

Jonas Lund, Albert Barqué-Duran, Mario Klingemann, Marc Marzenit, Shinseungback Kimyonghun, teamVOID, Kelvin Kyung Kun Park, Hito Steyerl, Quayola, YEOM Jihye, Theresa Reimann-Dubbers, Zach Blas, YANG Minha, PARK Earl, KIM Hyungjoong, LEE Joo-haeng, KAIST Interactive Media Lab (KIML), Mangrove Artworks

Intersection of Seeing / Art Gallery in KAIST Vision Hall

BAN Seonghoon