Where are you from?
I am originally from Seoul, South Korea.
Where do you live now?
I live in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
What have you been doing since you graduated?
I am teaching at Louisiana State University (LSU).
What is your current job? In 2 or 3 sentences, can you explain what your position is and what some of your responsibilities are?
I am an assistant professor of digital art at LSU. I supervise the Art & Tech Laboratory (@Lab) as a co-director, teaching both undergraduate and graduate courses in animation, video art, physical computing, creative coding, senior project, and graduate seminar. I am also a research scholar in the Cultural Computing Research Group in the Center for Computation and Technology (CCT) at LSU. As a faculty member serving on the development committee and digital art area-coordinator, I aid in developing courses and curriculum pertaining to interactive design and digital fabrication as well as other activities associated with electronic media production.
Can you tell us about a recent project you’ve worked on that you were really excited about?
Over the past two years, I created two site-specific outdoor kinetic pieces, Floating Identity
and A Journey of Footsteps, organized and funded by the Amorepacific Museum. Floating Identity(https://vimeo.com/138714890)is a gigantic face in a granite pond.