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Jayoung Yoon

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Crown of Thoughts, 2014 Archival Pigment Print 20x30inches © Zac Skinner
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The right foot , 2012 Human Hair 9x5x4inches © Jayoung Yoon
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The robe, 2009 Human Hair 84x20x4inches © Jayoung Yoon
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The hand, 2008 Digital Print 40x60inches © Jayoung Yoon
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Crown of Thoughts, 2014 Single Channel Video 10minutes © Jayoung Yoon
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Quit Mind, 2011 Single-channel Video 32minutes 40seconds © Jayoung Yoon
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Umbicality(A close or intimate connection.) , 2012 Live Performance © Jayoung Yoon
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Listening to the Body Fluid, 2012 Live Performance 25minutes © Jayoung Yoon
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Reflections in Mindfulness, 2013 Single-channel Video 1hour © Jayoung Yoon
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Cleansing the Memories, 2010 Single-channel Video 27minutes © Jayoung Yoon
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Watching the Mind, 2009 Two-channel Video 1minute 13seconds © Jayoung Yoon
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Sensory Thought I, 2008 Single-channel Video 1minute 25seconds
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Quick Facts
Lives in
Beacon, New York
Works in
New York
Schools
Cranbrook Academy of Art
MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art)
Hongik University
Tags
installation, video-art, performance, photography, conceptual, sculpture, exhibition/performance
Statement

Jayoung Yoon is a New York-based artist born in Korea. She is a multidisciplinary artist.  She synthesizes hair sculpture, video, photography and performance to create an immersive, sensual and spiritual experience, which encourage viewers to rethink their own personal awareness. She received her M.F.A. degree from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan, 2009 and her B.F.A. from Hongik University in Korea, 2004. She recently received a BRIC Media Arts fellowship, Brooklyn, NY.